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REPORT 



ON 



CHARITY HOSPITAL 
OF LOUISIANA 

AT 
NEW ORLEANS 

JULY I, IMO TO JUNE 30. Itll 







LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 
DIRECTOR 




Hi (V JIMM1E H. DA\ 

Governor of Lout«ian« and \ nt Board of Admmtatratora 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D, 

D i rector 




JOHN W 
Vice IV 



LOUIS E, THOMAS. JR. 




JRVIN J G JANSSEN 





GEORGE VAN KUR1 HHODES J. SPEDALE. M.D. 





—11 




Atrial Vit-w of Chanty Hotptul Grou i Made in 1940 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1961 



Hi* Excellency G J,fnmie H Da»i*. 

Honorable John W Bowtn. M D esidenl 

Honor*bU Lao J< Kerne, M,D.. 

Honorable A N Hontton, MO. 

Honorable Lorn* E. Tbemti, Jr. 

Honorable li-ein J. G. Ja«ft*en 

Honorable George Van Km ran 

Honorable Rhode* J. SpoaUla, M D 

Honorable Don L. Palarten, M.D. 

Honorthtf Gilbert C. Tomskaj, M.0- 

HononbU Da. id J V.al. M.D 

Honorable Weldoo Tallee 

Honorable Thomu C Nuffnt 

Honorable San J, Arturi 

Honorable Starting J Robichau* 

Honorable Donald Qatar 

Honorable Willaid A. Fllender. M.D 

Honorabla W. O. Millar, M.D. 



COMMITTEES 

Finance H 

Irrin J. G. Jana*en Loo>*e E. Thoma., Jr., C hairma:. 

Rhode* J. Spadale. MD Thorn*. C Nugant 

Thomas C. Nugent Gaorgs Van Kuren 

Jobn W. Bowen DaTiJ J Vial. M 

Wcldon Tallry Sana J. Arturi 

Jab. W. B»w*« 
Starling J. Robichau* 

Medical 

A. N Sam Houtton, MD„ Chairman 

Jobs W. Bow an 

M. 0. Miller, MD, 

Donald L. Palermo, DOS. 

Rhode* J Spadala. MD 

Dae.d J Vial, M.D. 

Ibrrt C- Tomikaa, M I 

Willard A Eilender. MD, 



Parson not 

John W. Bowrn, Chairman 

A, N. Sam Boat-ton, M.D 

Lou i* E. TVaaii** Jr. 

Irain J. G Janssan 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFF— < Continued > 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

CharU- M Nk«, Jr. M.D., fUdioiotfat 
Ramon Mouton, MD, Aftftetant Radiolow 



ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
E. TWrp Poaay, M.D^ tHtt< 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 

l#t T , in, m 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

Nathan H. Polmar, M.D., Director 
M»ry EUcharack. R P.T-. S»ipc»rvi*or 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 
Jonn Adrian,. MD., 



LUNG STATION 
John H tmkm*r* M-D., 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 
W T N.w.om, MD-, Medical Director 



POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 
Evelyn Gemr\*j. R.N., A*Mi«tant Supei 



MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 

EMU V. Cook.ay. Librarian 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Marif S jI« Hart. Director 



PHARMACY 
Sylvia Ckini Bin, 

10 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFF— (Continued ) 



ADMITTING ROOMS 
fcipm Cmrrm t Clerical Supervisor 



SISTERS* DIVISION 
SiiUr Marjllil CmlUh.a, R,N., B.5. 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Sittrr Liurrllcf, R.N., I 

Willie M..W R.N., AtstM 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
L*nor* Andr.r,, R.N., Aitrilr' vi»or 



ADMITTING, EMERGENCY AND OBSERVATION ROOMS 
Si»t«r Edith, R N rnrfeor 



OPERATING, ACCIDENT AND CYSTOSCOPY ROOMS 

SiiUr Andrti, R.N. 
Sitlrr Pfttrio*, R N 



CONTAGIOUS UNIT 
Siti«r M*rf*r«t Mtry. R.N., Supervisor 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
Si*t«r Th*r«««. R.N., Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 
Sister CUriMf, R.N*, Director 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Sitter Psulin* R.N.. M.S.. Din 



u 



OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 
AND STAFF ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

October 1960 — October 1961 

J, H. Seabury, M.D., Ex -Officio Member 

Reich ard Kahle, M.D., President 

Richard L* Fowler, M.D., Vice- President 

Matter A. Salatich, M.D,, Secretary 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S,, Dental Representative 

Rodney C. Jung, M.D. 

Benjamin O. Morrison, M*D. 

W. C. Rivenbark, M,D. 
M. P* Schwa rzenbach, M.D. 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 

RESIDENT STAFF 

WiHiam J. Wetta, M,D„ President 

Johnny R. Royer, M.D., Vice-President 

Anthony J. Carter, M.D,, Secretary 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 
INTERN STAFF 

Robert T. Russell, M.D., President 

William M, Cobum, M.D., Vice-President 

Aristile C. Brouassrd, M.D., Secretary 



11 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 



July I, I960 — June 30, 1961 



iOIClNE. TDLANE DIVISION 

John M. Tyler, M.D 3rd yr. 

G, Hasaier, M.D 3rd yr 

Don Hnber, M.D 3rfl y ,." 

' 'harles D. Johnson, M.D .2nd yr 

F. Norman Vickers, M.D, . . 2nd yr 

Thomas J. Fauble, M.D 2nd yr, 

Luis Leon-Sotomayor, M.D 2nd yr 

ce Banister, M.D 2nd yr 

Ronald B, George, M.D, . . 2nd yr! 

William J, G'ShauiThnessey, M.D 2nd yr 

Arnold B. Alper, M H D. . ,... 1st yr, 

Jack Q. Causey, M.D ] st yr. 

i Id H. Dominguez, M.D . . . , 1st vr 

Robert A. George, M.D 1st yr 

Peter O. Knight, M.D 1st yr 

William M. Wilder, M.D 1st yr 

Fabian & Gomez, M.D 1st yr 

Harold Asher, M.D 1st yr. 

Samuel J, Simmon*?, M.D ! - 1 list yr 

tarn A. Ferrante, M.D ! .. [ ] l a t y r [ 

or A, Matalka, M.D ./.Ut yr 

Hubert W. Sonntag, M.D. ... 1st yi\ 

Marvin W _\| .D . . . 1 st yr. 

tCINE. LSU DIVISION 

Robert C. Jndice, M.D. 3rd yr 

Peter S. Irving, M.D * * 3r d yn 

*2es L. Chingr, M.D. 3rd yr 

Willie Deon Stertz, M.D. , . . 3rd yr' 

Charles A, Arnold, M.D. , . 3rd yr! 

Leo Dabourdette, M.D , 3rd yr 

d D. Kahn, M.D 3rd vr 

William R. Gfddens, M,D 3rd yr. 

Lottf e McWherter, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
Felix: Rabiton. M.D. . . 3,4 yr 

2nd yr. 
James A. Rogers. M.D. 3rd yr, 

2nd yr. 
John D, Denton, M.D. . , . , 3rd yr. 

2nd vr. 

Burt M. Bujard, M.D 2nd yr. 

Hansel Janet, M.D. ....... ....... 2nd yr. 

i larry L, Seese f M,D 2nd yr. 

Richard W. Ziegler, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Gould C. Garcia, M.D , 2nd yr[ 

1 und Crane, M,D r ............... 2nd vr. 

Robert Yager. M.D. 2nd yr] 

rd M. Ro.i^nl, M.D. ........... .1st yr. 

John E. Ball, M.D 1st yr! 

Sammy E. Greenherfr, M.D. . . . , 1st yr 

II C. Klein, M.D 1st yr. 

James O, Lilly, M.D , . , 1st yr. 

Arnold M. Lupin. M.D , T 1st yr. 

J, Wylle, M.D 1st vr. 

Miles Gregory, M.D. 1st y\\ 



Dates of Service 
From To 



7/ 1/60 
7/ 2/60 
8/11 
7/ 1/60 
1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
0/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
9/16/&9 
7/ 1/60 

7/ i/eo 

7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
i/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
10/ 1/60 



7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ : 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
10/ 1/60 
7/1 S 
8/ 1/60 
8/ 1/59 
:;/60 
7/23/59 
8/ 1/60 
8/ 1/59 
4/16/171 
4/16/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/16/60 
B/ &/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7 ]/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1 
1, 1/60 



6/30/61 

6/30/61 

8/10/60 

6/30/61 

6/30/61 

6/3(1/61 

6/30/C1 

S/31/61 

8/31/60 

9/15/60 

6/3< 

6/30/61 

6/30/61 

fi/30/61 

6/30/61 

6/30/61 

6/30/61 

6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
1/60 



6/86 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
7/15/61 
7/15/60 
7/31/61 
7/31/60 
7/22/61 
7/22/60 
7/31/61 
7/31/60 
6/30/61 
4/15/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
7/15/61 
7/ 8/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
fi/30/61 
6/30/61 
12/31/60 



13 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 



Rank 
PEDIATRICS, TULANE DIVISION 

George G. Sterne, M.D. ,.,,,. 2nd yr. 

Anthony A. Fernandez, M.D. ....... ,2nd yr. 

I hew Kuluz, M,D 2nd yr. 

Thomas R. White, M.D 2nd yr, 

Russell H. Bulloch, M.D. , , , . 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

William S. Talley, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert Maralst, M.D, . , . . ...2nd yr. 

Samuel K. Morgan, M.D. . . 2nd yr. 

Richard W, Calhoun, MX* 1st yr. 

Beverly B. Shaver, M.D . . 1st yr. 

Joel Steinberg M.D 1st yr. 

Don Neal Smith, M.D, 1st yr. 

Milton a. Donaldson, M.D. . . 1st yr. 

John R, Pactum, M.D 1st yr. 

Patrick J. Unkel, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles L, Dorsey, M<D> , . 1st yr. 

William F. Sistrunk, M.D. 1st yr. 

Dennis J* Fu, M.D . . . , . 1st yr, 

Hannah Woody, M.D » , .1st yr. 

PEDIATRICS, LSU DIVISION 

Anthony J. Carter, M.D. . 2nd yr. 

ph S. DILeo. M.D 2nd yr. 

Calvin W. Hoffpauir, M.D 2nd yr. 

Good. M.D 2nd yr. 

Billy D. McKellar, M.D 2nd yr, 

Robert Stout, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr, 

Donald Q. Mack, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Guy J. Waggenspack, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Michael F. Halphen, M.D , . . , , lgt yr. 

James J. Hannie, M.D 1st yr. 

Larry James Hebert, M.D. ...... 1st yr, 

Ernest J. Lorch, M.D. 1st yr. 

Salvador A. Casente, M.D . . 1st yr. 

PSYCHIATRY, TULANE DIVISION 

Teresa Silverman, M.D. 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Henry B, Ehrlich, M,D. 2nd yr. 

James P. McNeill, M.D 2nd yr. 

Thomas E. Fulmer, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Talmadge C. Reeves, M.D 1st yr. 

Harold R. Johnson, M.D. 1st yr. 

Suzanne P. Sears, M>D 1st yr, 

Jean R, Schwartz, M.D. 1st yr. 

NKIROLOGY, TULARE DIVISION 

es M. Killlan, M.D 2nd yr. 

Arnold Strother, M.D .2nd yr. 

Albert W. Auld, M.D, . lat yr. 

PSYCHIATRY, LSU DIVISION 
Don F. Carlos, M.D 3rd yr. 



Dates 


csf Service 


From 


To 


7/ 1/60 


6/3 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/80 


6/3 


7/11/60 


If I 


7/11/59 


7/1 


7/ 1/60 




8/16/69 




10/ 1/59 




7/ 1/60 


80/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/ a 


7/ 1/60 


6/31 


7/ 1/60 


6/3i 


7/ l/*0 


6/3< 


7 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




9/16/60 




7/ 1 


6/3 


8/ 1 


7/:: 


7/ 1/60 




1 /eo 




4/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




11/ 1/59 


10/ 3 


10/ 1/60 




10/ 1/59 




3/ 1/60 


7/;r 


8/ 1/59 




S/16/60 




B/1&/50 


8/1 


7/ 1/60 




7 1/60 


6 /a 


7/ 1/60 




?/ 1 




7/ 1/60 


e/:< 


8/21/60 


8/L' 


S/21/5S 




7/ 1/60 


6/3 


7/ 1/60 




1/ 1/61 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6/:; 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




S/ 1/60 





7/ i/eo 






14 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 



Rank 

Alfred A. Olinde, Al.D 3rd yr. 

Monica Sorum, M.D 3rd yr. 

H, G. Perdiffao, M,D 3rd yr. 

Carl L. Davis, M.D . 3rd yr. 

Henry B. Olivier, M.D. . . , 3rd yr. 

Frederick Kurth, M.D . 2nd yr. 

John A. Stocks, M.D 2nd yr, 

Tarver H. Butler, M.D. . , . . 2nd yr. 

nljow, M.D .1st yr. 

Frank Ghalalre, M.D 1st yr. 

Thomas Moore, M.D 1st yr. 

John L. Brand, M.D 1st yr. 

Malcolm L. I.atour, M.D 1st yr. 

Carolyn Kitchin, M.D. , , 1st yr. 

ROLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Ivarl R, Hackett, M.D, 3rd yr. 

ert N. Pavy, M.D . , 2nd yr. 

^rt W. Davis, M.D 1st yr. 

DERMATOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Louts Wise, M.D. 3rd yr. 

eit M. Fine, M.D , . 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Michael M. Schreiber, M.D 2nd yr. 

Carlton L. Carpenter, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

DERMATOLOGY. LBU DIVISION 

Joe C. Tilley, M.D, ,.3rdyr< 

2nd yr. 

Carroll S. Goldberg. M,D 2nd yr. 

Silas E< O'Quinn, M.D 2nd yr. 

ild R. Lubrittf, M.D 1st yr, 

DERMATOLOGY, CNDEPENDENT DIVISION 

Leonard Bunch, .M.D ,3rd yr. 

Mary L. Applewhite, M.D 3rd yr. 

Jt.*hn H. Counce, M.D. .3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

ROERY, ; DIVISION 

George W. Beddin^field, M,D. ., 4t h yr. 

re nee H. Lln&er, M.D .4th yr. 

tie* S. Peter, M.D . ,.4th yr. 

in M. Kokame, M.D. 4th yr, 

!»ert R Wren. M.D 4lh yr. 

3rd yr. 

k T. Cappel, M.D 4th yr. 

. atore J. Danna, M.D . « . 3rd yr. 

Gatnrlght, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Julius L. Levy. M.D 3rd yr. 

Erakine Ross, M.D 3rd yr. 

ert K. Rogers, M.D 3rd yr. 

F. Lucas, M,D 3rd yr. 

Mk B. Schmidt, M.D ...2nd yr. 

S. Lindsey. M,D . . 2nd yr. 

Fm I I iris, M.D. 2nd yr. 

ies O. Shaver, M.D 2nd yr. 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


10/16/59 


10/15/60 


1/ 1/60 


81/60 


7/ 1/60 


6/80/61 


7/ 1/60 


>i/61 


7/ 1/60 


:a/61 


7/ 1/60 


>n/61 


8/ 1/60 


\ 31/61 


7/ 1/60 


:^r/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6 30/61 


10/ 1/60 


0/61 


7/ 1/60 


:i>/61 


7/ 1/60 


■i f/61 


7/ 1/60 


M/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/3 


S/ 1/60 


7/31/61 


8/ 1/59 


7/31/60 


7/ 1/60 


6/:: 


9/16/60 


9/ir,/6i 


9/16/5H 


9/ 


:/6i 


3/31/62 


1,60 


3/31/61 


3/60 


80/01 


7/ 1/60 


<: 30/61 


7/ 1 


SO/61 


l '60 


K>/«1 


1/ 1/60 


12/31/60 


2/K. 


2 15/62 


2/16/60 


J 15/61 


7/ 1/60 


:0/61 


7 1/00 


6/80/61 


7/ I 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/16/60 


7/15/61 


7/16/59 


7/15/60 


9/16 


a ir./eo 


7/ 1/60 


80/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/3 




6/30/61 


: ■ 


10/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


:0/61 


1 60 


<: 30/61 


7/ 1/60 


t£ 30/61 


7 1/60 


6/30/61 




6/30/61 



15 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued ) 



Rank 

Emmett E. McCool, M.D 2nd yr. 

Albert H. Bridgrman, M.D 2nd yr. 

Arthur J. Axelrod, M.D . , , 1st yr. 

Dewey H, Lane, Jr., M.D .1st yr, 

Prentiss E. Smith, Jr„ M.D 1st yr 

Robert I*. Hewitt. M.D 1st yr! 

Palmer X Texada, M.D i a t yr 

Marvin T, Green, M.D . l s t yr. 

THORACIC SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

Lticien K. Moss, M.D 2nd yr 

Charles W. Fearce, M.D . 2nd yr. 

tOLOGICAL SURGERY. TULAXE DIVISION 
John P. Hooker, M.D 2nd yr. 

SURGERY. INDEPENDENT DIVISION 

Chris G. Raffes, M.D 4th yr 

Bernard L, Kaplan, MJ> 4th yr! 

Maurice A. Taquino, M.D 4th yr 

Julius Isaacson, M.D. ....... . , , ,4th yr 

Norman C, Nelson, M.D 3rd yr 

Roy A. Regan, M.D 3rd yr. 

Pierre A. Espenan, AID . . . 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Karl Gerald Haydel, M.D. . . . 2nd yr. 

Charles C. Ma time, M.D 2nd yr 

Wesley J, Fernandez, M.D 2nd yr 

. 1st yr, 

Charles H. Magrte, M.D i*t vr. 

Arthur M. Palrang, M.D. . . 1st yr. 

James R. Bozeman, M.D is 

SURGERY, LSU DIVISION 

Ronald K. Tischler, M.D, , . . . 4th y r 

Seldon J. Deahotels, M.D. , . , . . 4th yr. 

Fbiibert J. DeMarie. M.D .-.,-.... .4th yr. 

Joe A. Moreland, M.D ......... , ,4th yr. 

Joshua C, Werner, M.D 4th yr 

Frank A. Rlzza, M.D. 4th yr, 

William H, Gadow, M.D 4th yr 

Edward Askew, Jr., M.D, , , , ,4th yr. 

3rd yr. 

Orrlck Metcalfe, Jr. M.D 4th yr 

Patrick R. Hunter, M.D 4th yr 

Harold A. Heitkamp, M.D 4th vr 

Klmo J- Labnrde, M.D 3rd yr 

Thomas L,. Hudson, M.D. 3rd yr 

Hans P. Armstrong, M.D. 3rd yr 

Kay J. Smallwood, M.D, ............. 3rd yr, 

Charles D. Langford, M.D "3rd yr 

Joseph G. Fatten, M.D. . , 3rd yr, 

Irvin D. Fleming, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr 

James S. Shelby, M.D. . , 2nd yr. 

Johnny R. Royer. M.D 2nd yr 

Raymond Schwarz, M.D. .,....., 2nd yr 

Warren O. Coleman, M.D. . , .'2nd vr 



Dates of S 


ervice 


From 


To 


7/ 1 






7/1 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6/3 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1 




7/ 1 


6/:: 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


9/ 1/60 


6/r 


7/ 1/60 




T 1 /CO 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6/3> 


8/ 9/59 


8/ 


7/ 1/60 


6/r, 


7/ 1/60 




8/ 1/60 




S/ 1/59 




7/ 1/60 


6/S- 


7/ 1/60 




$/ 1/60 




8/ 1/59 




7/ 1 




60 




7 1/60 




7 1 /60 




7/ 1/60 




If 1/60 




GO 




7/ 1/60 




7/1 




7/ 1/60 




9/ 1/60 




9/ 1 




B/16/59 




59 




59 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




60 




7 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/21/60 




59 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




V 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


e/ao 



16 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Alvln M. Collar, BID Slid yr. 

Vincent V. Tumminello. M.D 2nd yr. 

k F, Brock, M.D lat yr. 

William M. Lumpkin. M.D 1st yr. 

Arthur Vldrine, Jr.* M.D. . .1st yr. 

Samuel E, Field, M.D 1st yr. 

Ernest W. Abernathy, M.D , 1st yr, 

THORACIC SURGERY, LSU DIVISION 
William D- Lyday, M.D. . ..2nd yr, 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, TULAXH 

Ira E. Gaddy. M.D . . 3rd yr, 

Jamea M. Todd, M.D 3rd yr. 

ph A. DeCenzo, M.D ... 3rd yi\ 

David L. Barclay, M.D 3rd yr. 

eph A, Rojas, M.D 3rd yr. 

George Ball, M.D 3rd yr. 

Wlm Van Muyden, M.D. 3rd yr. 

L. Ekvall, M.D. 3rd yr. 

ies H. Venable, M.D 2nd yr. 

tea S. Holmes, M.D 2nd yr. 

Bard F. Travels, M,D 2nd yr. 

pry C. Crawford, M.D 2nd yr. 

rgre Henneberger, M.D 2nd yr, 

William Wixted, M.D 2nd yr. 

William Geary, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Jefferson C, Steele, M.D 1st yr. 

William K. Stallworth, M.D. ........ 1st yr. 

Darrel] P. Girouard, M.D. 1st yr. 

Homer A. Jacobs* M.D. ..1st yr. 

Giles M. Schanen. M.D. 1st yr. 



Dates 


of Service 


From 


To 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


9/ 1/60 


8/31/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 



7/ 1/60 

DIVISION 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 
11/ 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 
7/16/59 

7/ . 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ 1/60 

7/ t/60 



6/30/61 



6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
8/31/60 
6/30/61 
6/30/6! 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
7/15/60 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 



TETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Kenneth W, Ciremillion, M.D ..3rd yr. B t/60 8/31/61 

2nd yr. 0/ 1/69 8/31/60 

riwford W, Long, M.D. 3rd 7/ 1 6/30/61 

nald G. Aucoln, M.D. . . . , .3rd yr, 7/ 1/60 6/30/61 

Richard W, Vines, M.D ...3rdyr. 7/1/66 6/ ; 

urge Dameron, M.D . ...3rdyr. 7 1/60 6/:; 

; panzano, M.D, .3rd yr. 7/ 1/60 6/30/61 

Richard M. Gertsner, M.D. 3rd yr. 7 1/60 a/61 

try P. Scaks, M.D 2nd yr. 7 1/60 6/30/61 

nnld R. Stoker, M.D 2nd yr. 6/30/61 

Joseph Kohen. M.D 2nd yr. I /60 6/30/61 

Victor Brown. M.D 2nd yr. 7/1 6/30/61 

iiutfii W. Parehman, M.D 2nd yr. 8/16/60 8/15/61 

1st yr, 8/16/59 1 r,/60 

tly P. Burkhart* M.D 2nd yr. 7/16/60 7/15/61 

1st yr. 7/1 7/15/60 

nest Padgett, M.D. . . 1st yr, 7/1/60 6/:;< 

J. Loyacano, M.D. 1st yr. 7 1/60 6/30/61 

!i L Beebe, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/60 6/30/61 

William K, Ml;, ....... 1st yr. 7/1/60 6/30/61 

John F< McLychok, M.D 1st yr, 6/30/61 

rid MeK i.U 1st yr. 7/1/60 6/30/61 

Robert C. Albrecht, M.D 1st yr. 1 1/61 12/31/61 



17 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, INDEPENDENT 

Larry Joseph Hebert, M,D 3rd yr 

William M. Rolling, M.D 3rd yr. 

ilea D. Alford, MJ5 3rd yr. 

Andrew H, Hoffman, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Jerry G. Bagwell, M.D „, 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

i Eayden B. Mayeaux, M.D. , . . 2nd yr. 

A, Mark Parker. M.D . . 2nd yr. 

Franklin E. Minyard, M.D 2nd yr. 

Nicholas Dl Santf, M.D. 1st yr. 

Joseph F. Guenther, M.D, . * . 1st yr. 

Bruce A. Julien, M.D 1st yr. 

OHTHOPKUrC SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

Cedrlc W. Lowr^y, M.D 4th yr, 

Duboae W. Murray, M.D 4th vr. 

Paul J. Stewart, M.D 4th vr. 

Edward W, Phillips, M.D. ,4th yr. 

Douglas Smith, M.D. ... 4th yr, 

Alan B. Cohen, M.D, 4th yr. 

Hush E. Alexander, M.D, 3rd yr. 

ion J. Overton, M.D 3rd yr 

Norman Y. Nakamura, M.D. 3r d 

Joseph Wr^ht, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Paul R, Meyer. M,D, . 2nd yr, 

J. Haddad, M.D . , , 2nd yr. 

Charles F. Smith, Jr., M.D, 1st yr. 

Claude S, Williams, III, M.D. , ... 1st yr. 

Banks Blackwell. M.D ,1st yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, INDEPENDENT DIVISION 

Muirl R. Johnstone, M.D 4th yr, 

Robert J. Schultz, M.D, ± . 3rd yr, 

Joseph J. FrensIIli M.D, . 2nd yr. 

Daniel Elstein, M.D .2nd yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SrRGERY, LSU DIVISION 

Jack L. Winters, M.D * . . , 4th yr. 

Richard M. Levy, M.D . , . , . 4th yr. 

Raymond F. Kltziger, M.D 3rd yr, 

Arthur Kleinschmidt, M.D, 3rd yr, 

Santo J, LoCoco, M.l) 3rd yr. 

2nd yr 
Ashley S. Ross, M.D. ...3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Oscar B. Heekiln, M.D ,3rd yr. 

Joel B. Smason, M.D, 1st yr 

Stuart L Phillips, M.D. .....1st yr. 

Jerome I. Cohen, M.D 1st yr. 

2nd yr. 
James T. Williams, M.D ,2nd yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, TULANB DIVISION 

Philip M. La horde, M,D . . 3rd yr. 

Jerome V. Blum. M.D , . 3rd yr. 

IK 



Dates of 


Service 


From 


To 


DIVI 




60 


•0/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/:: 


7 1/60 


6/3 


7/16/60 


7/- 


7/16/50 


7/15/60 


9/ 1/60 


8/:^ 


9/ 1/59 


S/.V 


7/ 1/60 


6/:' 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


s/a 


7/ 1/60 


6/3 


7/ 1/60 


6/8i 


7/ 1/60 


ft/a 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


0/61 


60 


H>/61 


8/16/59 




1/ 1/60 


10 : 


7/16/59 


7/ I 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6/r; 


7/ 1/fiO 


6/;: 


i/ i/ei 




1/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6/3< 


7/ 1/60 




7 1/60 


60/« 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 


6 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7 1 .'60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




S/12/60 


8/1 


8/12 




1/ r, f,1 




1/ 5/60 




1/ 1/61 




7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 




7/16/59 


7/1." 


7/16/60 




7/ 1/60 


s/ao 


7/ 1/60 




7/ 1/60 





CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Henry C. Sample. M.D . 2nd yr. 

Waller D. Cockerham, M.D 2nd yr, 

STHALMOLOGT, LSU DIVISION' 

Harvey H. Kalil, M.D ..3rd yr. 

John F, Fern*. M.D 2nd yr. 

Mel Yin D t Childers, M.D. . 2nd yr. 

Robert W. Harron, M.D 1st yr. 

Richard J. Thomson, M.D. . . l.st yr. 

THALMOLOGT, INDEPENDENT DIVISION 

Joseph P. Mardesich, M.D 3rd yr. 

Betty J, Wood, M.D .3rd yi\ 

James F. Bourgeois, M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY TULANB DIVISION 

Tom Louis, M.D . 3rd y r. 

William M. Simmons, M.D 2nd yr. 

Raymond Rose dale, M.D, 2nd yr. 

Marvin P. Meadors* M.D. 1st yr. 

( Transferred to Tulane Medicine) 
Richard M. Turney, M.D 1st yr. 

►LARYNGOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Christian Haindel, M.D. , . 3rd yr. 

Charles J. Abdo, M.D 3rd yr. 

1st yr. 
Cm-ties G. Boyette, M.D 3rd yr. 

1st yr. 

Barry H. Pate, M.D . 2nd yr. 

Donald Maiheson, MJ). .............. 2nd yr. 

UROLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Paul Tennis, M.D. 4th yr. 

ub J, James, M.D, 4th yr. 

William J. Graber, in, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Ray G. Hooper, M.D. , 3rd yr. 

Paul W. Sanders, M.D 2nd yr. 

Howard M. Had win, M.D 2nd yr. 

John F. Cram, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Philip D. Dlggdon, M.D. . 2nd yr. 

UROLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Anthony Orlandella, M.D 4th yr. 

Albert Beachatri, M.D 2nd yr. 

Hnl K. Mardis, M.D. 2nd yr. 

John I. Cranmer, M.D , 2nd yr. 

George Schlottman, M.D .1st yr. 

Wally V. Hotho, M.D 1st yr, 

IKSIOLOGY 

MM G. Mullen, M.D 2nd yr. 

■ or G. I 'rake, M.D 2nd yr. 

ga Budds, M.D .,.,.* 2nd yr, 

Raymond Peeples, M.D. , . 2nd yr. 

James L- Prejean, M.D 2nd yr. 

George E. Rees, M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
James F. Arens, M.D. * 1st yr. 

19 



Date* of Service 


From 


To 


7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 
6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
60 


10/31/60 
6/&1 
6/30/61 

6/;^ 

6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 
2/ 1/60 
6/ 1/61 
&/ 1/60 


6/30/61 
2/2S/61 
4/30/62 
4/30/61 


7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/G0 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 
6/30/61 
6/30/61 
9/30/60 



7/ 1/60 



6/30/61 



7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


6/ 1/61 


5/31/62 


6/ 1/60 


5/31/61 


6/20/61 


6/19/62 


6/20/60 


6/19/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/16/59 


7/15/60 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


3/31/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 


1/ 1/60 


12/31/60 


1/ 1/60 


12/31/60 


9/ 1/60 


8/31/61 


9/ 1/59 


8/31/60 


7/ 1/60 


6/30/61 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Enoch J. Authement, M.D Jst yr, 

Gordon D. Gates, M.D* 1st yr. 

James A, Wall, M.D 1st yr. 

Allen Shepard, M.D. ...,,,.. ,, .1st yr* 

Howard M. Ternpleton, M.D ....l*tyr! 

Irving G, Kennedy, M.D ] 

Margaret E. Averrett, M.B. ..,, ,.lst yr. 

Jane R, Jeffreys, M.D. . , , . 1st yr. 

I.. Alton Munro, M.D . ,1st yr. 

RADIOLOGY 

James W. Bugg, M.D 3rd yr 

William J, Wetta. M.D .3rd yv. 

Ralph B. Bergeron, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
Clotaire Delery, M.D, 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

James S. Dugal, M.D. . . ....2ndyr. 

Robert L. Trahan, M.D. imd yr. 

James Welter, M.D 2nd yr. 

James R. Guyton, M.D . . . 2nd yr. 

Robert P. Dimmett. M.D .2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Jack W. Bishop, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

David J. Harllee, M.D 1st yr. 

Mario A. Calonje, M.D. 1st yr. 

Wm. Rufos Davis, Jr., M.D, ........ .1st yr , 

Charles E. Lavis T M.D. 1st yr. 

Richard F. Dickinson, M.D 1st yr. 

PATHOLOGY 

Donald Dore, M.D. 4th yr. 

Joseph Pecot, M.D, , . , 4th yr. 

Robert L. Ward, M.D 4th yr. 

Louis H. Stern, M.D , 3rd yr. 

Terence Beven, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Lehrue Stevens, Jr., M.D 3rd yr . 

Roland P. Samson, M.D. ............. 2nd yr. 

Jerald R, Schenkr n M.D .2nd yr. 

George M. Sturgis, M.D ... 2nd yr. 

Charles J. Foley, M.D. . . . . . . , .2nd yr. 

Robert L, Berggren, M.D 2nd yr H 

1st yr. 
Raymond P. Schmitt, Jr., M.D. .......1st yr. 

Joe F. Simpson, M.D • ♦«■•»•. 1st yr. 

Joseph D. Gulllory, M.D, ...... ,,ist yr. 

Robert S. White, M.D ..1st yr. 

ORAL SURGERY 

William Wharton, B.D.S 2nd yr. 

Daniel O. Conwitl, D.D.S 2nd yr, 

Victor Matukas, D.D.S 2nd yr, 

Vincent La*rattuta, D.D.S 2nd yr. 

Joseph D. Duvlgneaud, D.D.S 1st yr. 

Donald M, Hagy, D.D.S 1st vr. 

Albert J, Hernandez, D.D.S 1st yr. 

Donald E. Peara* D.D.S 1st yr. 



Dates of 
From 
If 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
8/ 1/60 
9/ 1/60 
If 1/60 
2/ 1/61 



7/16/59 
7/ 1/60 
10/ 1/60 
10/ 1/59 
If 1/61 
1/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
1/ 1/61 
1/ 1/60 
1/ 1/61 
1/ 1/60 
7/ 1/00 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
8/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 



7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
If 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
If 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/00 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
If 1/61 
1/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
If 1/60 



7/16/50 
If 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
8/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
7/ 1/60 
If 1/60 



Service 
To 

6/:: 
6/i: 



9/3 

6/S 
6/" 

6/5- 

e/s 









20 



ROTATING INTERNS 
July 1, I960— June 30, 1961 



-ge A. Adcock, Jr.. M.D. 
n Lee Aucoin, M.D. 
Kotand a. Authement. M.D. 
John H. Ave.fr 
r B. Beck 
William A, Bernard, M.D, 
R Bordeaux, M . [ .. 
ile C. Broussard, M.D. 
-All on M. Bujnril. Jr., : 
it L, Car 

''hamborlain, M.D. 
:inm M. Coburn, M.D. 
ph B, Cronan. M.D. 
I H. Crowder* Jr., M.D. 
J. Dabeziea, M.D. 
Roy M. Daigrepont, M.D. 
H. dte Valcourt, M.D, 
A. Dlldy, Jr., M,D. 
Thomns K. Dillon, M.D, 
A. Ducote, M.D, 

toy Duke, Jr„ M.D, 
Jack N< Dunn, M.D. 
f'my C M, Durant. M.D, 
Victor J. Ferrans, M.D. 
Luther C Fisher, M 

M. Fortlno, M.D. 
Whit»« E. Gibson, III, M.D. 
John P. Ha nicy, M.D. 



Kenneth Hanson, M.D. 
Kenneth T. HaydeL M 

lent N. Herred, M.D. 
Delmae A. Jackson, Jr.. M.D* 
Robert E. Jon 
Lynn D. Ketch u in, M!>. 
Chart** a Kirby. M.D, 

iltte T, Landry. Jr 
William A. Marmande, 

\ Av., MJD. 
Harold J. Miller, M.D. 
Mallory F. Mfree, MJ>. 
Jerome T. O f Conn ell, M.D, 
Paul av. Oberdorfer, M.D. 
Kenneth L. Fereg". M.I', 
Curtis A. Prejean, M.D. 
Oney C. Raines, M.H. 
Martin i\ Rappaport, M 
James R. Rivet, M.D. 
More Roes, M,D. 
Robert T. Russell, M.D. 
David I.. SeaJly, M.n. 
Marlon G. Simpson, M.D. 
Charlea n. Tomberlin, M.D. 
Juan C. Vollemveider, M.D, 
Lloyd A* Whitesell, Jr., M,D. 
Lyal G. Williams, M.D. 
Randall A. Williams, M.D. 



June 1, 1960— June 30, 1960 

October 1, 1960— July 22, 1961 

October 1, 1961— November 8, 1961 

Glenn L. Wegener* M.D. 

October 1, 1960 — September 30, 1961 
Wallace P. Begrneaud, Jr., M.D. 

November 1* 1960— October 31, 1961 
Jesse A. Lawrence, M.D, Perry McCallen. M.D. 

MeCuUough, MJX George A. Morris, III, M.D. 

R. Smith Murray. M.D. 

September 1* 1959— August 31. 1960 
Edward K. Moore, M.D. 

August I, 1959— July 31, 1960 
Carolyn T. Kitehin. M,D. 

January 1, 1960 — December 31, 1960 
Cecil E. Floyd, M.D. 

July 1, 1959— February 25, 1960 

April 5, 1960 — August 8, 1961 

Lawrence McAlpfne, M.D. 

December 1, 1960— November 30, 1961 
Elbert F. Simpson, M.D. 

January 1, 1961 — December 31, 1961 
Ernest P. Palmer* M.D. 



'J I 



ROTATING INTERNS— (Continued) 

Interns listed below from the United States Public Ilt-altb S< 
Hospital at New Orleans served in Charity Hospital for two mont: 
assigned to Pediatrics, as indicated: 

July — August I960 
^Wesley McXeal, M-D. 
Jack Zustnan, M.D, 



September — October I960 
Anthony a, Foche, M.D. 
James W. Pressler, MJ>. 

November — December 1960 
John W. Murphy. M.R 
Robert Roper, J&D. 



January — February 1961 

es E, Brown, M.D. 
Harvey Rom*-:, M.l • 

March— April 1961 

■ tel L. Douglas, M.D. 
Jerry D. Julian, M.D. 

May — June 1961 
Ryan Crenshaw, M 
Cart H. Dahl, ED. 



ORAL SURGERY INTERNS 

July 1 f 1960— June 30 f 1961 
MllTord L. Kathmann, UD.S, Carroll Leo Wood, III, D.I>,S. 

John R, Wallace, D.D.3. < Resigned 4/80/81) 

August 1, 1959— July 81, 1960 
Joseph D. Duvigneaud, D.D,S- 

July 16, 1960— July 15, 1961 
Clyde A, Giordano, D.D.S. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 
July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

LSU DIVISION 



HEAD OF DIVISION 

W. W. Frye, M.D. 

MEDICINE 

Edgar Hull, M.D.— Fhysicia»-in -Chief 

CONSULTANT 

N. F + Thlberiye, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



W. R. Akenhead, M.D. (Deceased) 

G, Berenson, M.D. 

Oscar Blitz, M.D* 

J. E. Blum, M.D. 

H, E. Dascomb, M.D. 

H. J. IXiiJuy, M.D. 

F. A. Eigenbrod. M.D. 

W. W, Frye, M.D. 

X E. Garcia, M.D. 

M. Gardner*. M.D. 

N. S. Gilbert, M.D. 

C. J, Gulotta, M.D. 

8. Halle, M.D. 

Edgar Hull, M.D. 



P. B. Jackson, Mix 

J. T. LecKert, M.D. 

L. Levy, MJ>, 

J. L. Locascio, M.D. 

L.. A. Monte, M.D. 

K. G. Nix, M.D, 

Louis nohrf. &LD. 

H, D, Ogdeu, M.D. 

C, Rabin, M.D. 

J. H . Seafoury, M.D, 

J, J. Signorelll, M.D. 

P. M. Tiller, M.D. 

C. J. Tripoli, M.D. 

J. O. Wellbaecher, Jr„ 



M.D. 



22 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VfSITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Visiting Physicians 



J. Bobear, M.D f 

Howers. M.D. 
L. D, Bnltman, M.D. 
I* Burroughs, M.D. 

C. Dfcharry, M,D. 
A, A* Flores, M.D. 
I). L. Gordon, M.D. 
J- Hand, M.D. 

R. B. Haspel, M.D, 

D. W. Hayes, M.D, 
W. X Hollis, M,D. 

. Jumelp M.D. 
J. Jumcovich, M.D. 
T. T. Justice, M.D. 
Meyer Kaplan, M.D. 
Murrel H. Kaplan. M.D. 
S. F. Landry, M.D. 
A. J. Laurcs M.D. 
H. A, Lott, M 



C. B. Luikhart. M.D. 
W. M. Lufkhart, M.D. 
Gordon McHardy, M.D. 
R. J. McHardy, M.D. 
K. McLeod f M.D, 

F. G. McMahon, M.D. 
J. P. McNulty, M.D. 
J. Martinez-Lopefc, M.D. 

D. Mattson, M.D. 
I. Rosen, M.D. 

X P. Hull, M.D. 

J. S. Salatleh, M.D. 

M. Solomon, M.D. 

J. B. Stotler, M.D. 

M, Sutton, M.D. 

S. W. Ttithill, M.D, 

JL H. VanFossen, M.D. 

O. A. Waff^enspack, M.D. 

C. R, WomacK, M.D. (Resigned 9/15/60) 



R- J, Cox, M.D. 

Firestone, M.D. 
W. H, BJatt, M.D, 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

J. C. Jones, M.D. 
G. A. Petti t, M.D. 
J. E. Salva&gio, M.D. 
Swan S. Ward, M.D. 



Scientist 

T. E. Mansour. Ph.D. (Resigned 4/30/61) 

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

R. L. Simmons, M.D.— Physician -in- Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 

R, L. Simmons, M.D. 

Scientists 

J. H. Miller, Ph.D. j, C, Swartz welder, Ph.D. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY ' 

C. B, Kennedy, M.D. — Dermatologist- in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



Bradley, M.U 

faethe. M.D. 
H. Jolly. M.D. 



urroughs, M.D. 
P H. Davis, M,D. 



2. li. Brock. M.D, 



G B. Kennedy, M.D- 
M, Mallowitz, M.D. 
Leslie K. Mundt. M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

E. B. Johnwtek, M.D. 
Wm. J, Perret, M.D. 
D. Thihodanx, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

C, E. Cummlngrs, M.D. 
Adrlen A. Stewart, M.D. 



23 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

C. Wat kins. M.D.— Psychiatrist -in -Chief 
R. Paddlson, MJX— Neurologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

H* O, Colomb, M.D.— Psychiatry R, M* Paddlson, M.D.— Neurology 

M. D. Johnson, M.D.— Neurology C, Watkins. MJX— Psychiatry 

t, w. Walters, M 

Visiting Physicians 



C, P. Adatto, M.D.— Psychiatry 
Genevieve Arneson, M.D.— Psychiatry 
A. M. Blood, M.D.— Psychiatry 
A, Burdon, M. D.— Psychiatry 
J. E + Chappuis, H.D.— Psychiatry 

E. J. Coda, M.D.— Psychiatry 

C. D. Davis, M,D.— Psychiatry 
A. Cohen, M.D,— Psychiatry 

F. H, Davie, M.D.— Psychiatry 
Hugh K. English, M,D.— Psychiatry 
G- FerrisSr M,D. — Neurology 

L.. Gat to. M.D.— Psychiatry 

E. PL Knight, M,D.— Psychiatry 

D. Lathrop, M.D.— Psychiatry 



I. M. Marcus, M.D.— Psychiatry 
M, F. Miller, M.D.— Psychiatry 
J. Moossy, MJ>, — Neurology 
S. L,, Pollack, M.D,— Neurolog- 
ic. A, Flitter, M^B.— Psychiatry 
N, H< Rucker, M.D,— Psychiatry 
M. Sugar, M.D.— Psychiatry 
W. C. Super, M,r>. — Psychiatry 
E. O. Svenson, M.D. — Psychiatry 
E. Vail, M.D.— Psychiatry 
Jacob Weisier, M.D.— Psychiatry 
W, S, Wiedorn, M.D,— Psychiatry 
E. B. White, M.D.— Psychiatry 
John L. Winkler, M.D.— PaycJ 



Assistant Visiting Physician 

Ellen MaeKcnzle, M.D. — Psychiatry 

Scientists 

R. N. Dorsey, Ph.D.— Psychiatry-Psychology 
T. W. Richards, Ph.D. — Psychiatry 

PEDIATRICS 

R. L. Fowler, MIX— Pediatrician- in-rhi of 

Consultant 

S. Schaefer, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

R. L. Fowler, M.I), 
Percy Rosenbaum. M.1X 



Esther Aaderson, M.D. 
James A, Avant, M.D. 
O, W. Brown, M.D. 
B, W. Eve list, MJ>, 
N, C. Gagiiano, M.D. 
E B. Levy, M.D. 
M, W. McQuitty, M.D. 
W* T. News on, M.D, 



Visiting Physicians 

R. Novick, M,D. 
J. M. Perret, Jr, f M.D. 
E. A, Puyau, M.D. 
H. Rothschild, M.D. 
S. Sappenfield, M.D. 

A. Stamler, M,D. 
H, C Tolmas, M.D. 

B. N. Wexler, M.D. 
D. Tork, M.D, 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



. Allen, M.D. 
It L. Basnetto, M.D. 
E. T. Brown. M.D. 
W. F, Calhoun, M,D. 
TV. D, Clem, M,D. 
R. L. DiLeo, M.D. 
EL Fichter, M,D. 
A, J, Giorlando, M.D, 
G. Halpen, M.D. 

Hansen, M.D, 
Bettina Hilman, MX). 
M. E, Kendriek, M.D. 
-:. Kemmerly, M.D, 
X- Kern, M.D, 



R, L. Lraudreneau, M.D. 

J, Langlow, M.D. 

E. J. Mad. 

J. R. Manson, M,D. 

B, C. Maston, M.D, 

John L. Moore t M.D. 

€. Morris. M."D. 

Dorothy Mack, M.D. 

M. J, Haley Pope, M.D. 

Wilhelmena Qujros, M,D. 

W. Sekul, M.D, 

J. R. Strain, M.D. 

A. L. Wedgeworth. M.D. 

Jacqueline K. Winter, M,D. 



Scientist 

C. W. Braekenridge, Ph.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

H. C, McGilt, M.D.— Pathologist-ln -Chief 
G. J. Buddlngh, M.D.— Microbiologist- In -Chief 



R M. Hartwell, M.D, 



K Holmquist, M.D. 
A, L. McQuown, M.D. 
I.D. 

FL Muelling, M.D. 

W. G. Xothacker, M.D, 



T, K, Farris, M.D, 
J, C. Geer, M.D. 



►or, Ph,D. 
Brazda, Ph.D. 
C, J. Budding Ph.D. 



Senior Visiting Pathologists 

H. C. McGill. M,D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

R. F. Hanson, M.D. 
O, Riley Jr., M.D, 
J. P. Strong, MIX 
L, D. Swan, fid 
R. A. Welsh, M,D, 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

P. R, Gilmer, M,D. 
A. Kattine, M.D, 
P. B. Radelat, M,D T 

Scientists 

A. S< Harris, Ph,D. 
P. Pizzolato, M,D, 
F. Skelton, Ph.D. 



J. Adrian!. M.D. 



PHYSICAL MEDICINE 

N, H. Polmr-r. M.D.— Physiatrist-in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 
N. Polmer, M,D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Under Department of Surgery 
Senior Visiting Anesthesiologists 

Wilmer Baker, M,D, 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Anesthesiologists 

K, B. Bray, IO>- v. Pagan, Mt.B. 

C. Pope, M.D. 

SURGERY 

J. D. Rives, M.D,— Surgeon -in -Chief 

Consultant 

Isidore Cohn f M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. M Albert. . C, J. MianRolarm, M.D. 

C, C. Craighead, M.D, J. T. Nix. M.D. 

J. L. DiLeo, M.D. Wm. D. Norman, M-D, 

L W. Kaplan, M.D. (Deceased) James D, Rives, M.D. 

Samuel Karlln, M.D. Samuel A, Romano, M.D. 

Howard H. Karr. M.D. Wm. A. Roy, M.D. 

I, Levin, M.D. Sam B. Saiewitz, M.D* 

Alfred A. Longacre, MJ h Walter A. Salatich* M.D. 

F, W. Matter, M.D. M. Lyon Stadiem, M.D. 

Howard Mahorner, M.D, Lawrence H. Strug, M.D. 

Carl N. Wahl. M.D, 

Visiting Surgeons 

nk, M.T>. R. W. Levy, MJX (Neurosurgery) 

\Y. F. Becker, M.D. W. C< Miller. M.D. 

E, V. Burke, M.D, M. B. Myers, M.D. 
S. L. Canale, M.D. (Thor, Surgery) W. w. Ogden, MJJ. 
I. Cohn, Jr., M.D. R. G. Reyes, M.D. 

R, H. Corales, M.D. L. K. Richardson, M.D, 

J. Elliott, M.D. Rowena Spencer, M.D. 

K. A. Faust, M.D. Albert H. St. Raymond, M.D. 

B. A. Glass, M,D, B. G. Taylor, M.D, 

Irby J. Hurst, M.D. (resigned 2/28/61) V. Tedesco. M.D. 

Wm. Leon, M,D. James A. Thorn, MJD. (resigned 5/31 

L. T, Tyler, M.D, 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 

E. A. G on Kales, M.D. 

Scientist 

Q. Hariwig, Ph.D. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

A. Mickal. M,D. — Obstetrician -Gynecologist- in -Chief 

Consultants 

P. Graffagnino, M,D. W. Levy, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

F. J. Bertucci, M.D. F. Goll, M.D. 

R. 8, Bila, M.D. H. Leidenheimer, Jr., M.D. 

J. M. Brocato, M.D. A. Mickal, M.D, 

F, O. Bmmfleld, M.D. J. G. Mule, M.D. 

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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Colotta, M.D. 
f*. L. Danna, M.D. 

L Dougherty, Ml >, 
A. Golden, M.D. 
D. W. Goldman, M.D. 



T, K, Dam peer, M.D. 

U A. Gallo, M.D, 

L, I. Joseph, M.D. 

A, H, Lassen, M.D, 

L P. McCune, M.D. 

A. T. Monta^nino, M.D. 

M. T. Rosenberg, M.D, 



F. S. Oser, M>D. 

F. Pizzolato, M.D, (Deceased) 

A. H. Sellman, M.D. 
S. V, Ward, ltD, 

G. G. Wlchser, M.D. 
Z. Wohl, M,D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. St, Raymond, M.D. 
E. C Smith. M.D. 

J, Torres, M.D. 

A, Touchy, M.D, 

W. H. Weese, M.D. 

A. G. Wiedemann, Jr., M.D. 

J. S. Zoller, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeon 

J. B. Holland. M.D, 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Gfc M, Haik, M,D.— Ophthalmologist-in-chiei 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



BUI*, M.D. 
. Farrington, M.D, 



Uil, M.D. 



E&Oe, M.D. 



M.D. 
■. Fucha, M.D. 



I- M. Blatt, M.D. 

Cox, M.D, 
Q. Joseph, M*D, 
V. Kearby, M.D 



G. M. Haik, M.D. 
N. I* Hart. M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

E. D. Wilson. I£J>. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. F. Nowell, M.D. 
Wm. H. Wyckoff, M.D, 



*- Cahen, BLD. 
T . P. Naboa, M,D, 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

H, Fuchs, M.D.— Otolaryngologist -In -Chief 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 

IT. P. Palermo, M.D. 
H. A. Thomas, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

G, D. Lyons, M.D. 
A, D. Montgomery, M.D. 
W. J. Stassi, M.D. 
G. J. Taqulno, M.D. 
It. Zofter, M.D, 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

L Cahen, M.D. — Orthopedist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

I. Redler, M.D. 

H, T. Simon, M.D. (Deceased) 



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M 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Surgeons 



W. H, Brent, M.D. 
G. C. Brown, M.D. 
W. H. Newman, M.D. 



0. S. Rowlett, 1LD. 
A. J. Scully. M.D. 
A. Slander, M.D. 



UROLOGY 

H. T. Beaehman, M.D. (Deceased)— Urologist -in - Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H, T, Beachman, M,D. (Deceased) M. Bff. Green, M.D. 

R. F. Sharp, M.D, 



B, H. Grimm, M.D 



Visiting Surgeons 

C. E. Cobb, M;D< 



TULANE DIVISION 



HEAD OF DIVISION 

M. R Lapham, M.D. 

MEDICINE 

George E. Burch, M.D.— Physician -in- Chief 

Consultants 



Robert Bemnard, M.D. 
O. W. Bethea, M.D. 
George E. Burch, M.D. 
M, Campagna, M.D. 
Lonis J. Dubos, M.D. 
Grace A. Goldsmith, M.D. 



COtMt, M.D, 

P. H. Jones, M.D. 
E. de S. Matthews. M J). 
P. L. Querena, M.D, 
I. L. Robbing, M.D. 
EC if. Turner, M.D. 



W, R. Arrowsmith, M.D. 

R. Birchall, M.D. 

J. K. Bradford, M.D. 

D. C. Browne, M.D. 

L. Cabiran, M.D. 

B. J. DeLanreaJ, M.D. 

K. Goldstein, M.D. 
H. Horack, M.D. 
R. C. Jun^. M.D. 
H> A. Klein, M.D. 



i: (l. Anderson, M.D, 
EL M. Batson, M.D. 
T. Block, M.D. 
H. A. Buechner, M.D. 
R. R, Burch, M.D, 
Wm. P, Coleman, M.D, 
W. Culpepper, M.D. 
W. D. Davis, M.D. 
J. Dingman, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 

J. A. Magne, M.D. 
A. Prleto, M.D. 
Maridel Saunders, M.D. 

(Leave of Absence) 
J. E. Schenthal, M.D. 
A. Segaloff, M.D. 

C, C. S prague, M-B. 
S. A. Threcfoot, M.D. 
T. F. T renting, M.D. 
W. G. Unglaub, M.D. 

M. SIskind, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

D. R. McCurley, M.D. 
J. D. Martin, M.D, 

W. J. Mogabgab, M.D, 
P. J. Murison, M.D. 
J. G. Parker. M,D. 
J. C. S. Paterson, M.D. 

S. Poti, M.D. 
P, B. Reader, M.D, 
L. B. Rushing. M,D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



toldman, M ( D, 
B. B. Greenber: 
L G. Honin, M.h. 
Eunter, M.D. 
A. L. Hyman, M.D. 
f\ P. Incaprera, M.D. 
*L R. Jeffrey, M.D. 
W, F, Lienhard, M.D. 
W, D. Locke, M.D, 
W. D. Love, M.D. 
0. McCracken, M.D. 



A. M. Scardlno, M.D. 
W. Stuckey, M.D. 

K. Threefoot, M.D. 
w. J. Tra^tman, M.D. 
i- X Walsh, &U>. 
N. K. Weaver, M.D. 
T. E, Weiss, M.D, 
G. E. Welch, M.D. 
H. A. White, M.D. 
Roy White, M.D. 
I Yager, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 



IX E. Bowers, M.D. 

Brown, M.D. 
E- Corner* M.D, 
Margaret Cunningham, 

DfePaaquale, M.D 

Kyrlch. MJ>. 

Hale, M.D. 

ft S, Hoffman, M.D. 
ifary Humbrcehi. M.D. 

att P M.D. 
R. C. Kellehcr, M.D, 

vr.D. 

Jarrell, M.D. 
ID. 
R- Lazzara, M.D, 
i\ Larson, M.D. 

K. J. LeDous, M.D. 



M.D. 
G. Bazsano, .^' 

Meaver, Ph 

Lie Carvajal, MJ5, 
0. Beltran-Mora, M.D, 
0. D. deRutter. M.D. 

EizaJi ,'. M.D. 
*■ H, Hack, Ph. J), 

'anand, .M.D. 

>pez- Santo! ino, M ( I>. 

Maranan, M.D, 



F. V. Mayer, M.D, 
S. L. Mfddleton, M.D. 
C, B. Moore, M.D. 
Win, Myers. M.D. 
Geo. A. Neder, M.D, 
L P, O'Meallte, MJX 
Wm. O'Shaughnessy, M.D, 
R. C. Palmer, M.D. 
J, H. Phillips, M.D. 
A. Reed, M.D, 

■hindel, M.D 
R. D. Sparks. M.D. 
C, P. Summerall, M J >. 
A, C. Taye, M.D. 
Ann Trice, M.D. 
Jl. Wtill, M.D. 
John B, Wteth. M.D. 
M. 1, Weisler, M.D. 
P. C. Youngr, M,D. 

Scientists 

A. Miller, Ph.D. 
0. N. MUler, Ph.D. 
K. a. Pinter, M.D. 
M. F. Shaffer, Ph.D> 
Max C. Staub, M.D. 
T. Tafcashine, M.D. 
Mario Biv&s Torres, M.D, 
A. tmawell, M.D. 
A, Villamtl, m;d. 

H. Velez, M,D. (resigned 12/15/60) 
W. Wa}szczuk, M.D. 
P. Zee, M.D. 



urks, M.D. 
M.B, 



Aivarado, m.d. 
tt. B, Christian son, M.D. 



DERMATOLOGY AND SYPH1L0L0GY 

V, J, Derbes, M. D.— Dermatologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

L. D. McLean, M.D. 
R. Ross, Jr., 1CJD. 

Visiting Physicians 

F. C. Grieshaber, M.D, 
I\ L. Lorla, M.D, 
W, K. Reed, M,D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

R, G- Heath, M.D.— Neurologist- Psychiatrist -in- Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 

R, J. Heath, M.D. — Psychiatry- Neurology 

Visiting Physicians 



R. E. Barron, M.D.—Xe urology 
J. W. Hick, M.D— Neurology 
J. H. Brown, M.D. —Psychiatry 
R, W. Buddington, M.D. — Psychiatry 
C, F, Colby, M.D.—Psychiatry 
M. L. Enelow, M.D. — Psychiatry 
A. W. Epstein, M.D. — Neural- Psy. 
C. A. Feigtey, M.D,— Psychiatry 
IX A, Freedman, M.D. — Neurology 
R. W. GiUiland. M.D.— Psych i at ry 
H. G. Hayuie, M,D.— Psych i at ry 
R. G, Head, M.D.— Psychiatry 



R. C. Lancaster, M.D.— Psychiatry 
H. I. Lief, M.D.—Fsychiatry 
V. F. Lief. M.D.— Psychiatry 
H. W. Miles, M.D.— Psychiatry 
E. C Norman, M.D.— Psych iatry 
R. Patterson, M.D.— X^euroios;y 
H, T. Posey, M.D,— Psychiatry 
T. L. Rafferty. M.D.— Psychiatry 
T. L. L. Soniat, M.D,— Neurology 
A. S. Samuels, M.D.— Psychiatry 
C, K Smith, M.D.— Neurology 
Wm. Sorum, M.D,— Psychiatry 



Richard L. Johnson, M.D.— Psychiatry V. E, Spruiell, M.D.— Psych la- 
G L* Usdin, M.D.— Psychiatry 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

B. J. Bird, M.D.— Psychiatry J. P. Pratt, M.D.— Psychiatry 

A. McK. Johnston, M.D,— Psychiatry Reuben & Roy, M.D.— Psych la try 

Alvin IC Lavender, M,D,— Psychiatry C, A. Steele, M.D.— Psychiatry 

Nina R, Lief, M.D. — Psychiatry C. G. Sleek, M.D. — Psychiatry 

E. C- Miller, M.D.— Psychiatry B. M. N. Waiden, M.D.— Neurology 



Scientists 



L. W. Byers, Ph.D.— Neurology 

W, A. Mickle, Jr., 



B. E. Leach, Ph.D,— Neurology -I 
M.D, — Neurol. Psy. 



PEDIATRICS 

R. V, Platou, M.D.— Pedlatrlcian-in-Chlef 

Consultant 

M, Loeber, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



R, E, de La Houssaye, M.D. 



J. Graubarth, M.D. 
J. W. Horan, M,D, 
E. L. Levert, M,D, 
R F. Naef. M.D. 



a 



C. G. Grulee, M.D. 
V. Platow. HJ>. 



Visiting Physicians 



W. T. N T ewsom t M.D. 

i'. I. Posada, M.D. 

J. D. Russ, M U. 
O. H. Snyder, M,D. 



Assistant Viiiting Physicians 



Elizabeth B> Auld, M.D. 
LeRoy K. Branch, M.D. 
James L. Crump, M.D. 
E. Deshautreaux, M.D. 
J, A. Diaz, M.D. 



J. w. L, Mann, M.D. 
R. J. Maraist, M.D, 
J. R, Powers. M.D. 
James L. Reynolds, ALU. 
X. J. Robinson, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Farber p M.D. 

Fmthaler, M.D. 

Gibson, M.D. 

Hamilton M.D. 
P. M, Harris, Jr., M.D. 
Q, C„ Hassin^er, M.D, 

Klllelea, M.D, 
M_ H. Klein, M.D. 
M. Ledbetter, M.D. 
M. 8. H, Lowry, M.D. 
Wm. McDanlel, M.D. 

Mclaughlin, M.D. 
McLellam, MAX 
> U Madey, M.D. 



A F. Costa, MIX 



L, J, Rolfes, H.D. 
Emma Sailors, M.D. 
J. F. Shriner, M.D. 
H. G. Slmon t M.D. 
M. H. D. Smith, M.D. 

C. D. Talley, M.D. 

A. H. Thalheim, M.D. 

B. R Thompson, M.D, 
W. G. Thurman T M.D. 

D. W. Va&Gftlder, M.D. 
R. P. Veith, M.D. 
W, W. Waring, M.D. 

C. F. Washerman, M.D. 
N. C, Woody, M.D. 

II. B. Woody, M.D. 

Scientists 

H. W. Kloepfer, Ph.D. 
Margaret C. Oalmann, D.P.M. 

PATHOLOGY 

C, E. Dunlap, MJX— Pathologist- In -Chief 

Consultant 

W. H. Harris, Sr., M.D. 

Senior Visiting Pathologists 



(Mark, Jr., M.D. 
John H, Dent, M.D. 



P, Farbar, M.D, 
P. H, Harris, M.D, 



C, EL Dunlap, M.D. 
Wm. H. Harris, Jr„ M.D. 
Wm. Sternberg, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

T. D. Norman d» M.D. 
J. Ziskind, M,D, 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 



Mary L.. Applewhite, M.D. 
H. B. Burch. M.D. 
John H. Dent, M.D. 



H. Estrada, M.D. 



Beck, M.D. 



J. B. Pamntey, M,D. 



J. S. Basone, M.D, 
H. Ichinose, M.D. 
R. L. Kempson, M.D. 
Gloria Stewart, M.D. 

Scientists 

P. Marroqiiin, M.D, 
8, Villa- Trevtno, M.D, 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Under Department of Surgery 

Visiting Anesthesiologists 

G. B, Grant, M.D. 
F. X. Letard, M,D. 

Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 



A. J. Wyly, MJ). 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



SURGERY 

Oscar Creech, MJD.— Surgeon -in -Chief 
Consultants 



W. P. Bradbum, MJ>. 



0, C. Cassegrain, M.D. 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 



F, F, Bcyce, M.D, 

L. S. Charbonnet, M.D. 

O- Creech, U Jj. 

D. H. Echols, M.D. (Neurosur 
F, H. Hanley, M.D, (Proctology) 
M, O. Hines, MJD, 

E, T, Krementz, M.D. 
V. R. Kroll, M.D. 



M. L. Michel, M.D. 

Alton O charier, M.D. 

Neal Owens, M.D, (Plastic Surg* 

R. M, Penick, M.D. 

D. M. Rosenberg, M.D. (Thar, Surger?*' 

A. 1L Storck, M.D. 

R. W. Vincent, M.D, (Plastic Sui- 

C. R. Walters, M,D, 



Visiting Surgeons 



P. W. Acree, M.D, (Thor-Cardlovac. 
Surg.) 

C. A, Beskfn, M.D, (Thoracic) 
J. B. Blalock, M.D. 

E. J. Cerise, M.D. 
A. (1 Davidson, M.D. 
P. T. DeCamp, M.D, 

D. M. Ewin, M.D. 

R. "W. Hughes, M.D, (Plastic Surgery) 
J. D. Jackson, M.D, (Neurosurgery) 
H. D. Kirgls, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 
L. Krust, M.D. (Plaatlc Surgery) 
R, C, Lien, M.D. 



R. C, Llewellyn, M.D. (Neurosur 

S. Logan, M.D. 

R, C. Lynch, M.D, 

J, T. McQuitty, M.D. 

R. J. Meade, M.D. (Plastic Surge: 

Kenneth B. Meyer, M.D, 

W. R. Page, M.D. (Neurosurgery^ 

W. C. Quinn, M.D. 

J. E, Ray, M.D. 

K. Reemtsma, M.D. 

M. M. Rosenthal, M.D. 

R. F. Ryan, M.D. 

R. J. Sen ram el, M.D. 



J. H, Stewart, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons 



R. C. Day, M.D. 

C. G, Longenecker, M.D. 



C. V. Menendez, M.D. 

J. Tarride, M.D. (Resigned 12/1/60) 



Scientist 
Norman Pardo, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 
OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

C. Q. Collins, M.U— Obstetrician-GynecoIoglst-In*Chlef 



E. H. Countiss;, 80>. 
J. S. Hebert, M.D. 
C. G. Johnson, M.D, 



D. W, Beach am, M.D. 
W. D. Beach am, M.D. 
C. G. Collins. M.D, 
J, H, Collins, M.D. 
J. T. Davis, M.D. 
O. R. Depp, M.D. 



Consultants 

B. L. King, M.D, 
H. W. Kostmayer, M.D. 
J. W, Reddoch, M.D. 
C. H. Tyrone, M,D, 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

M, E. Lapham, M.D, 
G. McCaskey, M.D. 
H. Meyer, M.D. 
R. E. Moor, M.D. 

E. W, Nelson, M.D. 

F. G. Nix, M,D. 



3* 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



t Dyer, am 

C. J. Gaskm, M.D. 
P. J. Krupp, M.D. 



D. L Ayerst, M.D. 
& a Ball, M.a 
D. Barrazza, MJD. 
W, P. Bradburn, M.D, 
P^ G. Barman, M.D. 
R. J. Crawley, M,D. 
C, Farris, M.D. 
Wm. Lu Geary, M.D. 
J. P. Griffon, M.D. 

Hebert, M.D. 
W\ C. Hern qui St, M.D. 
*L J, Hoffman. M.D. 
J. A. Kins', M.D, 
n*r, M.D. 
-\ Moll, M.D. 



M. D. Steiner. M.D. 
E. P. Thomas, M.D. 
J. a Weed, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



Pallet, M.D, 
G. B. Posner, M.D. 
L. I. Post, M.D. 
R. E. Rougelot, M.D- 
G. T. Schneider, M.D. 
Melvin Schudmak, M.D. 
W. c. Scheppegrell, M.D. 
M. J. St, Romain, M.D. 
K. A. St. Romuin, M.D. 
Robert C. Smith, M.IX 
G. F. Sustendal, M.IX 
B. H, Texada, M.D. 
J, a Thorn, M.D. 
H. D. Webster, M.D. 
J. A. Wells, M.D, 



John R. Baugh, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. W. Davenport, M.D, 
Ouita S. Morgan, M.D. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

J. M. Allen, M.D.— Ophthalmologist- in-Chief 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



J. H. Allen, M.D. 
G. C. Bahn, M J >. 
M.D. 



R F. Azar, M.D. 

0. H. Dabezies. Jr., M.D 

1, FmkeLstein, M.D. 
A. F. Habeeb, M.D. 
M, G. Holland, M.D. 

BL L. Adair Jewell, M.D. 



W. B. Clark, M,D. 
S. R. Gaines, M.D. 
M. C. Wllensky, M,D, 



Visiting Surgeons 



B. N. Murphy, M.D. 
J. W. Rosenthal, M.D. 
J. P* Rumagej M.D. 
R. A. Schlmek, M.LX 
R, E. Schoel, M.D. 
D. Thibaut, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeon 

C. P. Hargls, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

H» G. Tabb, M.D. — Otolaryngologist- in -Chief 
Consultants 



Brows, M.D. 



t- W* Alexander, M.D. 
J. W. McLaurln, M.IX 



F. E. LeJeune, M,D, 
E, G. Walls, M.D 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. G. Tabb, M.D. 
W. A, Wagner, M,D. 
C. S. Wood, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Surgeons 



W. F, Beatrous, M.D. 
C. H, Cleveland, M.D. 



A- B. Calms, lfj>, 
D, J. Farwell, MUD. 
W. Fbiketetein. ItD, 
Q. R. Kuf-hnle, M.D. 



M, Joseph, MS. 



W, Rubin. M.D. 
L. J. Rutledffe, M.D. 
S. Zurik, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

F, E. LeJeune, Jr„ M.D, 
AI< L. Lewis. M.D, 
T, P. Raggio, M.D. 
It Street, M,D, 

Scientists 

J. K* Laguaite, Ph.D. 
C. E* Linke, Ph.D. 

ORTHOPEDrC SURGERY 

J, K. Wickstrom, M,D — Orthopedist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



N. J. Accjirdo, M.D, 
R. R Alldredge. 1£J>. 
G, D, B, Berket" 



Geo- C. Battal ra. M.D. 
A. L, Brooks, M.D. 
T. I* Duncan, M.D, 
R- C. Grunsu-n, M 



H, I> + Morris. 

J, K. Wickatrom, M.D. 

D. C, Riordsn, BID. 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. T. Hastam, M.D, 
J. T. Kerr. M.D. 
John K> Saer, M.D. 
Mary s. Snerman, M,D. 
U. R- Soboloff, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 

J. O. Manning, M 

RADIOLOGY 

Cbarlea M. Nice, M.D— Radiologist -iii^ Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 



J. N. An-. MLB* 

J. V. Hopkins, M.D, 



D. J. Bristow, M.D, 
B. C Buchte], M.D, 
L. W. Eavenson, M.D. 
A. Glesen, M.D, 
M. E, Holland, M.D, 



X- 8. Hunt. M.D. 
W. McDowell, M.D. 
a M, Nice, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 

M. M. Jumer, M.D. 
E- H. LltUe, M.D. 
W t S. Neal, M.D, 
O, P. Oderr. M.D. 
S. F, Ochsner, M.D. 
P. B. Robertson, M.D, 



UROLOGY 

J. Schiegel. M.D,— Uroloslst-in-Chlef 

Consultant 

E. Burn*;, M,D. 



34 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



\\\ Ktttredge, Ml >. 
J, Menvllle, M.D. 



Wm. Brannon, M.D. 



Jorge Cue) In r, M.D. 



B, O. Morrison 



E. Aymond, M.D, (Polio) 
L, G. Bole, M.D. 



li. HoGhfelder, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

J. U. Schlegel, M.D. 
G. Tornskey, M.D, 

Visiting Surgeons 

H. Morrow, M.D. 
A. M, Pratt, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

Victor Goeller, M.D. 

INDEPENDENT DIVISION 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

HEAD OF DIVISION 

Adolph Jacobs, M.D. 

MEDICINE 

Senior Viiitmg Physicians 

M. Shuphan, M.D. 
J. W. Wells, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

L. A. Caboche, M.D. (Allergy) 
Resigned 9/12/60 
C, O. Wily, M.D. (Radiology) 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
F. Hymel, M.D. 
H. KoreUky, M.D. 



PEDIATRICS 
TV. C. Rivenbark. M.D,— Pediatrician- in- CHief 
Senior Visiting Physicians 
W. C. Rivenbark, M.D, H. C. Tolmas, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 
H. B. Chalstrom, M.D. J- $■ Craven, M.D. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 

V. M. Henin&ton, M.D. — Dermatologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 

V. M. Henington, M.D, 

SURGERY 

Retehard Kahle, M.D.— Surgeon -in- Cbief 

Consultants 



O'Neill. M.D. 

i\ M.D, 



E. X Richard, M.D. 
C. W, Mattingly. M.D. 



35 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



3*. L. Buck, M.D. L, Lesg.o, M.D. 

J. M. Ciaravetla, M.D. F. L. korta, M.D. 

J, Gareia-OUer, M.D* (Neurosurgery) J. F. Oakley, AID. 



Reichard Rahle, M.D. 



C J. Brown, M/l>, 

J. C. Bums, M.D. 

A. Cerniglla, M.n, 

D. S. Condie, M r D. 

C- C. Cranfield, M.D. (Anes.) 

J- C Decuers, M.D. 

Leslie D, Guidry, M.D, 

A, Js\ Houston, M.D. 



P. A. Planche, M.D. 
J. K Stone, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

J- Isaacson. M.D, 

H. Uiventhal, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 
J. M. Lyons. M.D. 
W. H. Syll. M.D. 
ll.A. Thian. M.?>. 
Win, L. Travis, M.D, 
F. N. Vallette, M.D. 
L. J. Vallette, M.D. 
D. J, Vial, M.D. 



N. J. Chetta, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. L. Kron, M.D. 
W. J. Schullngkamp, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

:'. Schwarzonbach, M.D— Acting Obstetrician— gynecologist -In -Chief 
Consultants 



Atiolph Jacobs, M.D, 
T. B. Sellers, M.D. 



C. F. Beltane, M.D. 
J. Cohen, M.D. 



H. B. Cohen, M.D. 
T, F. Kramer, M.D. 
H. E. Mauterer, M.D. 



H. V. Sims, M,D. 
K. L. Zander, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

ML P. Schwarzenbach, M.D* 
N. J. Tessitore, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

A. C. Miller, M.D. 
D. P. Planehe, M.D, 
J- W, Simpson, M.D* 
C. Vincent, M.D. 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

X-yon K. Loomfs, M.D,— Ort hope dist- in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



I Cahen, M.D. 

Lyon K. Loom is r M,D. 



J. F. Nabos, M.D* 
W. H. Newman, M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Charles E. Clark, M.D.— OphthalmoIogist-in-Chief 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 



C. E* Clark, M.D. 



J. B. Gooch, M.D. 
J* H. Larose, M.D, 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Surgeons 

J. A. Baldone, MJX X R Brock, M.D. 

R. J. Cangelosi, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Jack R. Anderson, M.D. — Otolaryngologrl&t- In -Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeon 

Jack R Anderson, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon 

A. Kellnor, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

H. D. Zen&el, MJD-— Urologist -In -Chief 

Consultant 

R J. Mallhes, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. T. Beacbam, M.D, (Deceased) M. M. Green, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. H. Grimm, M.D. R. F. Sharp. M.D. 

Bernard Jacobs, M.D* J, W. Van dry, M.D. 

H, L.. Zengel, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 

Henry Dune. M.D.— Radiologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologist 

Henry Duhe p M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 

Win. R Hardy, M.D- May V. Reid, M.D. 

J, H. Sims, M.D, 

NOTE; Independent Division of Visiting Staff Dissolved as of June 30. 1961 

LOYOLA DIVISION DENTAL VISITJNG STAFF 

July 1, 1960— -June 30, 1961 

HEAD OF DIVISION 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S, 

Consultant 

H< W. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

F. J, Houghton, DJXS D. D. Peterson, D.D.S, 

;is Parker, M.D., D-D.S. J. H. Qulnn, D.D.S. 

S. L. Tiblier, B,D,S, 

37 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

Baymond E* Boudreaux, D.D.S. V. Halperln, D.D.S. 

P. E. Smith, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 

F. L. Herbert, D.D.S. Clay C, Hunley, D.D.S. 

INDEPENDENT DIVISION DENTAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, I960— June 30, 1961 

HEAD OF DIVISION 

Peter R. Salatich, DJXS, 

Consultant 

A. D. Smith, D.D,S. 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

F, B. Ducasse, D<D,S. Blaise Salattch, D-D.S,M J>. 

Joseph L, Piazza, D.D.S, Peter B. Salatieh, D.J i 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

Wm. A. Clark, D.IXS. J. O, Kuebel, D.D.S, 

A, F. Frey, D.n.S. Jf. R, Peltier, D.D.S. 

J. S. Kim, D.D.S- u\ a. Scheffler, I>. I 

H< F. Smith, D + D,S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 

J. J. Colomb, D.D.S, J. T. Kim, II, D.D.S 

A. Whitley, D*D«S. 

NOTE: Independent Division Dental Vteitfngf Staff dissolved as of June 
30, 1361. 



38 



JOINT REPORT OF THE VICE CHAIRMAN 

AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1961 



The Honorable Jimmie H. Davis 
Governor of the State of Louisiana 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Dear Governor Davis: 

The Vice- Chairman of the Board of Administrators of the Charity Hos- 
■ jf Louisiana at New < Orleans submits the following report of activities 
of the hospital for the fiscal year July L I960 through June 10, 1961. 

The new Board of Administrators were appointed as follows: 

-Mr, Sam J. Arcuri 
Mr. John W. Bowen 

WiUard A. Ellender 
Mr. A. X, Houston 

r, L J* G. J a ass en 
Dr. M, O. Miller 
Mr. Thomas C. Nugent 
Dr, Don L Peterson 
Mr. Sterling Hohfchaux 
Dr, Rhodes S pedal e 
Mr. Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 
Dr. Gilbert C. Tomsky 
i Ii'oi-p:' Van Kuren 
Dr. David J, Vial 

p, Wei don Talley 

Mr. John W. Brown was elected Vice President of the Board of Ad- 
tors =*nd Dr. Leo J. Kerne was reappointed Director. 

The members serving on the standing committees were as follows: 

Finance Committee: 

Mr, Ervtn J, G* Janssen, Chairman 
Dr. Rhodes Spedale 
Mr. Wo [don Talley 
Mr. Thomas C* Nugent 
Mr. John W. Bowen 

Heal Committee: 

A. N. Houston, M.D., Chairman 
f»r. Gilbert C. Tomsky 
Dr. Don L, Peterson 
Dr, M. O, Miller 
Dr. Rhodes J + Spedale 
Dr. Willard A. Extender 
Dr. David J. Vial 
Mr. John W. Bowen 

House Committee: 

L. E. Thomas* Jr.* Chalmi < 
Mr, Sam J. Arcuri 

Sterling J liobichaux 
Mr. George Van Kuren 
Mr, Thomas C Nugent 
Dr. David J. Vial 
Mr, John \V. Bowen 

The cost of operations for the period July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961 as 
! with the same period of the preceding year Increased $927,873.94. 

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40 JOINT REPORT OF VICE-CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTOR 

The largest increase was in salaries. During- this fiscal year the Governor 
granted an extra Increase for each employee to offset the cost of I: 
Food Increased $43,564.70. drugs and surgical supplies increas 

aintenance decreased and other operating expenses increased 
$92,764.36, The hospital operated within its budget and ended the fiscal year 
with a small surplus of $2,833,04. 

Equipment purchased amounted to $255,634.41, $151, 150,02 of which 
purchased from the prior year's appropriation, and $40,61174 from 
funds- The various categories of equipment was as follows: 

Automotive ? I 

Laboratory, Hospital and Medical 73 

Office - 

Educational & Recreational , . * 

Building- and General Plant 

Household . 

TOTAL ■■ $-•• 

Revenues from Patients services increased $78,128,77 while 
licenses, fees and miscellaneous revenues accounted for the balane* 
increase. The total amount of revenue collected was |590,621.S3. 
amount $395,77*. 54 was remitted to the state for Mental health. 

Investments Of the Trust funds amount to $3,266,723,0*;, Of th: 
$2,612,752*52 W8J principal and $743,970.54 income. Most of this in. 
Invested in r. S, Treasury Bonds. The Bond Liquidation money was im 
in ninety (90) day Treasury bills and resulted in a substantial an 
Interest which was transferred to the Operating fund for the op<--- 
the hospital, 

Total revenue realized from the trust funds during this ; 
to $791,539.44 as follows: 

Interest $116 

fit , 33.3 

Subsurface lease rental 

Royalties 116 

Dividends 

Inderal grants , . ♦ 

Donations and Sundry . , , 

TOTAL , . I": 1 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

The Sister* of Charity cannot be given enough credit for their uni 
interest, splendid co-operation and untiring labor. Th< 
Hent services in this hospital in numerous ca] 

To the Board of Administrators we express our appreciation £<« 
guidance and loyal support, and we are deeply grateful to the 
rectors for their wholehearted assistance. The heads of all the Departn 
and th* 1 entire personnel of the Hospital, nurses and workers in ail de 
ments, all have our deepest gratltute for their loyalty, devotion 
ful co-operation. 

Respectfully submitted. 

JOHN W. Rowkn 

Vice President 

Board of Administrators 

LEO .1. KERNE, M.l>. 
Director 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



41 



DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS 
June 30, 1961 



White 

Communicable Diseases . . , 

Dental Surgery /,.//.][/. 6 

logy ....... 17 

Nose, Throat ...!..""! . . 40 

Fracture and Orthoptics . . . . 73 

cology 32 

Infirmaries . . 39 

Medicine . 13g 

Neurology . t 43 

tries \\ " " * \ \ \\ [ 53 

Observation Rooms . .....,,, 9 

Pediatrics . mtm 109 

Pediatric Tuberculosis * " 

Prematura Infant Center 

Poliomyelitis 

PiychJatry . * . .,••... 102 

H&dlology tm 2S 

Rehabilitation, Alcoholic . . g 

Surgery* General . . . . .•■:...-. 118 

Tuberculosis 278 

gy ••>.........,,.....,,♦♦,., 44 

try, Newborn (bassinets) . !" 

Total Beds . 1,134 

Total Bassinets 

GRAND TOTAL 

SUMMARY 

Adult Beds: 

White Male . 546 

White Female . 470 ] F 016 

Colored Male ,♦.... 465 

Colored Female (1 602 1,067 

Children's Beds; 

White 10 j 

Colored . 18! 

White or Colored 237 ..." 

UnattFgncd Beds; 

White or Colored 121 

B* 1* trusts: 

White or Colored ISO 

Total ..... ~ 





Un- 




Jored 


assigned 


Total 




132 


132 


€ 




12 


17 


- . . 


34 


89 




79 


73 


. . . 


140 


62 


... 


04 
39 


134 


• . * 


272 


44 


. . . 


86 


m 




20S 


9 




18 


181 


, . . 


290 




IS 


33 




96 


96 




74 


74 


60 




162 


33 




61 
8 


165 




2S3 


227 




508 


52 




96 




180 


180 


257 


340 


2,731 




130 


180 



2 P 0S3 



527 



121 



ISO 



2 r 91I 



U31 beds 

ISO bassinets 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19G0- 1 '.nil 



Pag* 



ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 

ANNUAL REPORT 

SECRETARY-TREASURER'S OFFICE 

Financial Report— Fiscal Year 1960-1961 

The Accounting Department herewith presents the annual re 
finaneial condition of the Operating Fund and Endowment Fund 
Institutional for the fiscal year ended June 30 t 1961, 

The report Is? comprised of the following: 

Comments on Operation* for the Month of June , , ♦ . 

Graph of Total Operating Costs hy Month* - - 

Graph of Cost of Operations - • 

OPERATING EXHIBITS AND SCHEDULES AS FOLLOWS: 



Balance Sheet ■ 

Statement of Hospital's Equity 

Statement of Cash Balances • 

Statement of Income and Expenditures 

Statement of Miscellaneous Income ■ ....-, 

Comparative Statement of Departmental Coats . . 

Analysis of Expenditures ■ 

Statement of Special Legislative Appropriation For 

Construction and Major Repairs - 

Statement of Monthly Cost of Operations 
Hospital Admissions, Discharges, and Patient-Day 

t» 

Admissions by Parishes - • 

Number of Employees on Payroll • 

Statement of Hospital Buildings . 

Statement of Hospital Equipment and Furnlamni 
Statement Of Capital Expenditures- Equipment . 

Statement of Unexpired Insurance 

Visitors Food Service Department, Comparative 

Statement of Income and Expense 



Analysis of Changes In Total Fund Balm 

Statement of Cash Balances 

Principal 

Statement of Accumulated Income Balances . . 

Statement of Commitments * . * ■ - • 

Comparative Statement of Income , 

Comparative Statement of Expenditures 

Bond Investments , 

Statement of Stock Ownership, Trust Fund 

Investments . . , 

Statement of Bond Liquidation Fund 

Statement of Bond Obligations, June 30, 1961. 



Operating Fund 


Exhibit I 


Exhibit H 


Schedule I 


Schedule II 


Schedule III 


Schedule IV 


Schedule IV -A 


Schedule IV-B 


Schedule V 


Schedule VI 


Schedule VII 


Schedule Mil 


Schedule IX 


Schedule X 


Schedule X~A 


Schedule XI 


Schedule XTS 


Endowment Fu 


Schedule I 


Schedule II 


Schedule III 


Schedule IV 


Schedule i\ *~A 


Schedule V 


Schedule VI 


date vii 


Schedule VIII 


Schedule IX 





Respectfully subiuitu-il, 
VLB C. OSTi 

rer 



DCO:Jh 



ORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



4a 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comments on Operations 

June 30, 1961 

™™ rt C ° S lf t u Perati0nS f ° r the Peri0d Juiy »• im *• J « ne »«. 1M1. as 

£.»- . ^^ Perl ° d ,a8t year ln " e ^^ S927.873.94 as per the 

-■■ :r<*r summary: 



„.. Increase or 
Salariaa . 1960 Decrease* 
* B '"H' 1,8T ¥ M15.098.06 J 735,093.62 

^ saaSriir::-'" ■•» ss -iSi: ass 

Total Cost of " 

Operations 314,248,802.98 313,320,929 .04 $ 927.873.94 

Comparative 

' Increase or 

«.t. .4.. " May Decrease* 

* 858,287.99 $ 846.220.17 * 12,067.82 

& yaSjS^ ' : ■' "W" 2 *2sa as?s. 

s^tsraussir." ■■■• 82 ' 986 - 53 74 - 2 »°- 9s ™s 

Building and Equipment ... . 16.807,28 .^ 9K -„ n ft „ 

Pltal Cant, to Retirement "^,/s ,, s ,25 S.770.97* 

Plan and F.O.A.B. H&S5.49 44,801,24 215.75* 

Total Cost of 

Operation, j 1»213,9S6.69 * 1,211,98195 $ 1,003,74* 

Comparative 

Analysis-Personal Servtee Co.t ~^T ""jifl-T" ^oZVZ? 

S^i e " Phy8lc!anS * 45,634.18 * 45,761.82 $ 227 (4« 

^•^•="::::: fflg - aa |ER 

• ?iM>SM3 $ 75,471.40 $ 385 98* 

iB^JS^-:::::::::::::: "SB "SS -g 

* 315,833.41 $ 314,638,87 $ 1,201,54 

Personnel * 458.814.16 j~ 451 345 65 S T"4flg fil " 

dm of Charity .. Ij0OOJ)0 4 «;«*« L^*** 1 

>*rf««ic»i&J Services 5,550.00 1,766.25 3,7^75 

S 858,287.99 $ 846420.17 * 12,057.82 



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iilTV HOSPITAL— 19«0-1961 



By actual payroll count, 158 persons were employed and 98 released 
during- the month of June for a net increase of 60 per the following:: 



June 

Registered Nurses 275 

Practical Nurses 320 

NttTBes Aides 800 

All Other Personnel .,.,.., 2,183 

3.57S 





Increase or 


May 


Decrease* 


277 


2* 


$21 


1* 


7T2 


28 


2,U* 


35 


3,518 


60 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



45 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

TOTAL OPERATING COSTS BY MONTHS 

For the Fiscal Year July I, I960 to June 30, 1961 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-1961 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

COST OF OPERATIONS 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1960- 1961 




A Salaries 


69.13% 


$9,850,191.67 


8 Food 


6.78% 


965,921,84 


C Drugs and Surgical Supplies 


12.58% 


1,792,097,36 


D Other Opera ring Expenses 


9.77% 


1,392,279,44 


E Repairs and Maintenance Expenses 


1.74% 


248,312.67 




ioaoo% 


$14,246,80: 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 47 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Balance Sheet as of June 30, 1961 

ASSETS 

OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash (Schedule I) 

In Banks S 1,292>17S.87 

Petty Cash Fund 1,650.00 $ !,£$&&£ 8. 87 

Accounts Receivable 

Deficiency Appropriation $ 141 , 55 0.33 

Miscellaneous Accounts $ 4,561.49 

National Foundation Infant. 

Paralysis 25,836.51 171.US.33 

Pa tie nt a Account a — Actl v e 

Patients Accounts — Inactive . . . . . . . .$ 947,326*39 

Leas: Reserve for Doubtful Accounts 947,326.39 

Inventory— Materials and 
Supplies ~r908 

Prepaid Insurance 35,458.95 

Total Current Assets . , . . , $ 1,771,827,13 

PLANT ASSETS 

Land $ 1,885,776.73 

Buildings . 14,761,375.51 

Equipment ...... 4,892,715.14 



Radium - 


24,569/95 
61.702,50 


25,968.44 
2,422.34 
1,818.05 




Cemetery— Land and 

Buildings ..*.,« 


21,616,139.85 
$23,387,966.98 


Total 




200.00 
23,600.80 
2.167.64 $ 




Revolving Fund — Visitors Food 
Service 
Cash — National American 

Bank ♦. 




■^h — Bunk of Louisiana in 
v Orleans ................ 

Cash — National Bank of 

Commerce 




Mcelianeous Accounts 
ReCfivalile , 




In vent ory> — K esa le 

l handise ^ - 


$ 3n.20S.83 
$ 59,059.48 


Premature Infant Care Program 
Equipment and Furniture 



48 



CHARITr HOSPITAL— 19fifl-19fil 



Exhibit I 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW 
Balance Sheet as of June 30, 1961 
Liabilities and Hospital's Equity 



ORLEANS 



OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT LIABILITIES 

Accounts Payable — Trade . 

Accounts Payable — Employees Retirement . . 

Accounts Payable — Social Security 

Accounts Payable — Employees Bond 

Purchases 

Accounts Payable— Salary Garnishment 
Accounts Payable — Withheld Income Tax,* 
Other ,, i 



124,667.37 

80,137.1* 

5,736.1* 

18,22943 

1,005,69 

89,779.0] 

6,440.79 



Accrued Payroll 

Reserves 

Deposit on Keys, etc. 



.-0,-3 a 

6,755.57 



Due State General Fund 
Cellaneoue Income 

(Schedule III) $ 

Prior Year's Adjustment .... 
Collection Fees Due Attorney ~~ 

(Schedule III) 

Total Current Liabilities ... 

PLANT CAPITAL AND DEPRECIATION 

Plant Capital ,.,... 

Reserve Depreciation of 

Buildings % 6,295,132.45 

Reserve Depreciation of 

Equipment ,, 3,923,530,51 10,219,0: 

HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 

(Schedule II) . 

Total . . 



$ 57,188.15 



908.67 



$11,397,110,59 



Revolving Fund — Visitors Food 
Service 

Accounts Payable ...,..,$ 5,813.74 

Revolving Fund Advances 7^500. 00 

Surplus-State Revenue-Prior 

Yea ** 12,416.69 

Surplus -State Revenue- 
Current Year 4,47S,40 

Premature Infant Care Program 
Advances— Louisiana State Bept. of Health. 



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% 746 



21,016 
1,025 









REPORT OF ACCOtJKTEMG DEPARTMENT 49 

Exhibit II 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Hospital's Equity 

June 30, 1961 

Increase or 

Balance Decrease* Balance 

RESERVE— HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 6/30/60 July-Jun* 6/30 '61 
Purchase Order Commitments 

Outstanding— 1968— 1959 I 10,597.34 % S.301.65* $ 2.295,69 

Purchase Order Commitments 

Outstanding— 1953— 1960 942,164,89 582.3S8.95* 359.775.94 

Inventory-Material and Supplies,. 286,033.03 15,442.05* 270,590,98 

Prepaid Insurance 27.235.89 8,223,06 35.458,95 

$1,266,031,15 ¥597,009.69* $ 663,121.56 



Add: Balance 1960 — 19fll Appropria- 
tion 356,997.81 

Toal Hospital's Equity.,., $1,025,119.37 



Schedule I 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Cash Balances 

June 30, 1961 



Hospital 

Operating 

Fund 

Ilibernia National Bank . $ 500.00 

Citizens Bank & Trust Co t: i r. i OO0.OO 

National American Bank , 56,674.93 

Iberville Bank & Trust Co. ....... 126,000.00 

Bank Of W ma 541,564.63 

St. Bernard Bank & Tr . . 125,000.00 

Whitney National Bank . . 1OO.0O 

Baker Bank & Trust Co. 125,000,00 

National Bank of Commerce , , 51,909,07 

Bank of La. in New Orleans, .. . ,. 41,430,24 

State Bank & Trust Co 100,000,00 

Petty Cash Fund 

TOTALS * 1,293.8 28.87 



Visitors 

Foods 
Service 



200,00 



2,ii>7 <;i 
23,600,80 



$ 25,968.44 



Endowment 

Fonda 
% 

4SM0&09 

175.00 
$ 486,981,09 



Bond 

Liquidation 

Fund 






1,643,53 



Special 
Legislative 

Appropriation 

* * 

1 OS, 34^75 

$ 105.343.75 11,1112,705.68 



Total 

500.00 

MiO.OO 

BS,518 k 4fi 

125,000.00 

541.604j;:t 

71$, 149.84 

100.00 

«>O,0O 

"6.71 

0&,Q41*04 

100,000,00 



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Schedule II 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Income and Expenditures 

July 1 — June 30, 1961 

1958*1959 1969-1960 1960-1961 Total 

^SSSHT. «»* . — Mggu; •■«.;«« 

Deficiency Appropriation >.. - 2 « t MM« ^.40 

Bona Liquidation Fund .. " V;:; V*Vii 

Prior Year Adjustment - (408,94) 40g.94 ....... k^UtH 

Federal and Other Grants • - • ■ ■ - • ■ ■ ■ ;,; ' ' IM7SJ2 

Transferred from Trust Funds . r ■ - 



Total Income * j 10.188.40 



EXPENDITURES 24 763 39 U3J06 I 643.42 $13,731,408.48 

Operating Expenses f * * , » < a * £17 396 17 517 510 51 

Hospital Contribution to Employees Retirement, ....... - - — — — T*fi&» Bf^frio 

Capital Expenditure* ; . 7.T7B.68 S'JSJ 70 22 770 75* 1 ',.442.05* 

Inventory-Material and Suppllea - t, 0*0.1 &223*06 :3.06 

Prepaid Insurance . . > . ■ • * < 

Surplus Adjustments > 116.03 

Total Expenditures ...» $ 7,892.71 



COMM ITMENTS OUTSTANDING JUNE 30, 1961 710.236.40 

Purchase Order Commitment , . »». 369,966.3 9 35B,a7i.*i _ n».w * 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES & COMMITMENTS $ 7,8801 $ 972,238.41 J14,fl44,373.40 $15,624.504.55 

UNENCUMBERED BALANCE JUNE 30, 1961 ? 2,295.0 % 189.25' * 7a «' Sy * 1Jtt ' M 





408.94 


29,475.33 


$ 


972,049.1 £ 


1 


24,763.39 


580,181.13 
7,328.70 




1 


612,273.22 
369,965.19 


$ 


972,238.41 


^ 


189.25* 



$14,645,100,00 $15,627,337.50 



$14,288,102.19 *1 4,908,268.12 



•Denotes Red Figure 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comparative Statement of Miscellaneous Income 

For the Period July 1 — June 30, 1961 and 1960 



Schedule III 



Patient's Services 



Month of 
June, 1961 
5 43,605.01 



Amusement Licenses 

J Unm* and Wrestling Exhibitions $ 

B&nces ,_, ....... . . , ,*•..•.,., 

^'Tiies or Skill ." . 

Baseball .../..[ .[\[\... 

Races, Fairs, & Traveling Shows /.[.[..[[[. [. 



20.00 

360,00 

55.00 



Theatres 
Sundry 



Fees 



Auctioneers ... , .....,,... $ 

Livestock Inspect ton , . . " * 

Medical Records Certificate ....[],[. 

Death :m*i Burial Certificates *•-.-!■!!■! 

Insurance Certificates .. 



Miscellaneous 

of Swill and 



100.00 
10.00 



6*6.00 



223.4S 
403.20 
471.00 

4,413.00 



% 5,510.63 
$ 4 



Total 

7/1/60 to 

630-61 

* 265.00 

5,555.25 

12.268.00 



5,740.00 
183,00 

* 24,011.25 



$ 7,037.21 
6,200.44 

6,240-54 

107.00 
55,270.00 

$ 73,861.19 

$ 3,708.41 
7,667.4* 
4,001 



Total 

7/1/59 to 

6 30/60 

1402,647.54 



* 460.00 

5,305.00 

17*60 

20,00 

145*00 

5*080.00 

722.50 

I 23,£00.00 



I 7,1*1-26 

4,658.70 

6,603.94 

210.00 

53,520.50 

$ 72,234.40 



I 3,638,31 



Increase 

or 
Decrease 9 
$ 78J 



t 


195.00* 




850,85 




150.50 








146.00* 




710*00 




539.50* 


1 


211.25 


1 


144.or ( * 




7.74 




40* 




103.00* 




1,74! 


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1,626.79 






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Rental \ • .•, •«•*•»•»<• 

Student Tuitions .... 3( 

$ l t fi&0T>6 

Total Miscellaneous Income $ 51,341.25 

Deduct: 

Commission Paid Attorney For Collection 

of Patient's Accounts . . . . 908.67 

Due State General Fund . - - - $ 50,432.68 

Transferred to La, State Treasurer ■■■__ 

Balance Due State Treasurer ...... $ 60,432.58 

Remitted For: 

Mental Health Fund $ 42,695,34 

All Other ♦ - . ■ _ 7, 736.24 

$ 50,432.58 

Federal and Other Grants 

(I. L Students . ...... $ 9.00 

N.F.I.F , - - « ■ ** - 447.00 

Sundry , ,,,,,,,,,.. . . . . . »«*;•*..-. ,,........ 

Totals . ■• I *56,O0 



27,93 
4,050.00 


5,750.00 




$ 20,083.32 


$ 21.311.60 


* 1,327.68* 


$598,732.57 


9519,093.44 


$ 78,739.13 



8,110,74 

$5*0,621.83 
540,189,35 

$ 50,432,53 



5472,665.57 
1 17.056. 26 

$590,631.83 



$ 43.00 

4.501.00 

29,789.21 

$ 34,343.21 



6,869,00 

$513,124.44 

466,520.42 

% 46,004.02 



$395,778,54 
117,345.90 

3513,124.44 



% 13l,nn 
41,538.00 
40,343.24 

$ 81,912.24 



1,241.74 

$ 77,497.39 
73.C6S.83 

$ 3,828.56 



$ 76,887,03 
610.36 

$ 77,497.39 



% 88.00* 

37,037,00* 
10,444.03* 

% 47,569.03* 



•Denotes Red Figure 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comparative Statement of Departmental Expenses 

July 1— June 30, 1961 and 1960 



Schedule IV 



Expenses 
June 

DEPARTMENT t96l 

Administrative $ 47.818.8fl 

Traffic and Information 84*804.67 

Purchasing 3 t -,, 

Store Rooms 4,205.17 

Personnel , , ., 07&78 

Admitting: . , 2s'794fl5 

Housekeeping G5,529.SS 

Maintenance , . „ , ,..,....,,. 52,676.09 

Operation of Plant . , . . . 38*21 2,1 9 

Laundry 25,210.51 

Linen & Sewing- Rooms , . 8,648.47 

Student Nurses Living 

Quarters 3,424.06 

Internes & Frot Students 3,23s. 29 

Sisters Living Quarters 5,107.39 

Other Personnel Quarters 444.26 

Dietary . 144,651/72 

Mtedieal & Surgical Care , 60,418.59 

Xursing Service . , , . ] 90,801 .20 

Psychopathic )$$£$ 

Contagious Unit . . , . . 22,165.59 

Premature & Tnfant Car 1^ 

White T. B, 22, K 

10,24 







Over or 


Expenses 
July 1, 1959 


Expenses 
Date-1961 


Expenses 


Budget 


Under 


June 30, 1960 


Over- Under* 


$ 477.S9ti.7li 


$ 465,000.00 


$ 12,896.79 


1 4S3 r 6fl 


$ I&29&42 


4 H\ 486,58 


390,000.00 


20,486.58 


-".3,81 


62.43J.77 


40,903.09 


3:«,!+99.96 


903.13 


38,536.81 


2,8(1 


4i),786.98 


48,000.00 


1,786.98 


46,059.53 


3,727,45 


49,307.68 


45,999.9$ 


3,397.62 


45.982.43 


3,415.16 


314,766,81 


309.999,96 


4,7i;> 


251.285,26 


63.481. 5S 


724,303,12 


714,999.96 


9,303.16 


682.770.32 


41,532.80 


659,^ 


676,999.92 


17,362. g 3* 


640.5H5.73 


18,7 


459,170,07 


480.000.00 


20,839.98* 


417,789.33 


41,880,74 


290,494.09 


279,999.96 


10,494.13 


268,3 


80S.S1 


S9,781.94 


87,999.96 


1,781.98 


83,561.19 


6,220.7* 


44,120.70 


>0.00 


L\ 120,70 


39,374,98 


4,745.72 


37.679.07 


37,99*1,92 


420,85* 


35,335.69 


2,343.38 


^9,289^6 


:>-.'.m.M 


1,289.70 


57,267.40 


2,022.26 


:i.7G 


7,200.00 




6,488.59 


4,964,83* 


1.^1,925.19 


20,000,00 


38,074.81 • 


1,512,545.23 


69.379.96 


703,152.01 


732,000.00 


28,847.99* 


1^,024.07 


11.127,94 


2.185,806.57 


2,100,999-96 


75,806,61 


2,055.718.33 


1*0,1 


320,297.43 


S12.000.00 


8,297.43 


303,71 7.!o; 


16,579.47 


262,679.75 




79.79 


247,: 


15.108.73 


•D0,08 


166,999,96 


2 t m.t2 


153,261.81 


6, 138.27 


265,1*8.48 


234,000.00 


31 ,1- 


72^0 


42,415.88 


183,7, 


J 77,01 


H,7T, 


167 J 


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School of rapy 

Student Nur»c« School 19,116.41 099.23 225,000,00 6,903,77* 15,01 ll.K~il.22 

Pharmacy & Drops .».■■.. , M.72 540,552.72 520,999.92 19,552.80 491.294.90 

Medical & Record* Library .... 0.69 ! 40.93 <>0.00 559,07* 397.Se3.-fi 11,577,17 

Social Service . . 13,865.69 i:,4.459.7t 165,000.00 i<».29* 154,980.04 -33* 

rron Microscope 1,500.00 1,500.00* 1.264.62 1 .284.62* 

Operating Rooms '^.63 601,828.62 604,999,92 3,171.30* 563,219.40 33,609,22 

Poliomyelitis Center 6.57s 60,551.51 75,000.00 5,448.49* 71,378.36 1,820,85* 

Delivery Booms U, .17,76 193,637.19 211,99! 18,362,73* 33.78 f> 1 [J6.59* 

Anesthesia 13,644.41 17M60.38 171,000,00 7,460.38 165,204,53 13.255.35 

(las Therapy M03.54 59,327,17 63,000.00 3,672,S3* 62,105-86 2J78.C0* 

X-Ray Diagnostic 47,967.64 544,825.00 514.999.92 29,325.0* 482.990.90 61.834.20 

X-Ray Therapeutic . ... 11,235.05 126,750.49 120.999.96 5J50.53 110,127,11 16,623,33 

Laboratories , . 32.107.9? 364,662.21 384,999.96 20,337.75* 341,032.43 2 3, 62 9.78 

Physical Therapy 7,513,64 9S,S73,69 99,999.96 1,1^6.27* 93,262.07 5,611.62 

Klectrocardlogxaph . ... 9,214,39 37,951.20 99,999.96 2,048.76* 90,331,63 7.619..V7 

Blood Bank 10,826.25 113,251.48 120,000,00 6,748.52* 107,813,91 5.437.57 

Electroencephalograph , ... 1,588.24 19,661.59 21,000.00 1,338,41* 121.82 539.77 

I ung Station 1.S02.S8 24,751.06 21,000.00 3,751.06 18,417,21 6,333,85 

Clinics 3fi.87S.24 418,107.79 405,999.96 12,107,83 382,743-84 35,363.95 

\mbulance Service 5,765.20 63,344.24 66,000,00 2,055.76 61,572.40 U7L84 

Bmergency Rooms , . 13,361,05 207,133,95 207,000.00 133.95 195,566,38 11,567,67 

Cemetery ,, 434,50 5,233,23 6,400.00 166.77* 5,139.03 94.53. 



TOTALS * 1,213,386.69 A $14,243,802,98 A fl4,157,09S.8S $ 91,704.10 ¥13,320,929,04 $ 927,873.94 



A — Schedule EVA and V 
•Denotes Red Figures 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Analysis of Expenditures 

For the Period July I, 1960— June 30, 1961 



Schedule IV-A 



Month of June 



PERSONAL SERVICES 

Salaries wmm 

Professional Services 



1959-1960 
Appropriation 



CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

A il vertislng ,....., , 

Bues & Subscriptions , . . 

Gas & Electricity . ,., 

Insurance + . 

Postage & Trans, of 

Coinmod. ........ 

Printing . . . . 

Rental* . , , . , 

Repairing Property & 

Equipment . , , 

Telephone & Telegraph . 
Other . , 



TRAVELING EXPENSES .. 

MATERIALS & SUPPLIES 

CJothing 

Jv- 



1960-1961 
Appropriation 

* 852/737 

5,550.00 



Total 

852,737.09 
5,550.00 



I *-......... $ 858,287.119 $ 858,287.99 



:MC75 

20,256.35 
5,915.64 

i, 120,94 

12,932,18 

9GS.83 

8,850-31 

283.33* 
2,264.14 

52,313.81 

312.54 



553.50 
729.99 



240.75 

42.00 

20,256.35 

5,915.64 

M 20.94 

12,932.18 

968.83 

8,&60,31 

283.33* 
2,204.14 

52,313,81 

312,54 



553.50 



July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1961 



Prior Year's 
Commitments 



$ , 




1,250.00 


* 


1,250.00 


? 


642,91 




40.42* 
329.50 


1,368.22 


3.8S 


1 


2,304,04 


f 



76.80 



1960-1961 
Appropriation 

$ 9,834.97 

13,iM 



Total 

S 9,834,976,42 

15,216.26 



$ 9,848,941.67 $ 9,850.191.67 



l t 37:!.4i* 
6,149.70 

63,337.99 

12,831.49 

22,7' 

12,02 

111,380.18 

J il.23 

19 T 4&3.94 



1,373.40 
6,7- 
^4.13 
6* t 337.9S 

'H.U7 
23,092.95 
12,021.69 

112,743.40 
89,851.2;; 
19,4 



* 581,977,26 ? 



B.S6L17 






6,361-17 



■■■.» H| 



O 
> 

| 

v. 



lien! 






* 
* 

1 

? 

$ 


4,00 

7,362.57 
1,2- 

2.290.46 

5,066.51 

51,45 

91,226.76 

1,472.86 

258,486,86 

44,585.49 

1,213,986.69 

85.00 

811.78 

1,301.81 

1,620.73 

3,819.32 


* ;>.66 
L5.01 

7,362,57 
1.229.45 

2,200.46 

5,066.51 

51.45 

91,226.76 

1.472.86 

$ 258,486.86 

$ 44,585.49 

% 1,213,9S6.69A 

% -.-.- 

85.00 

811.7S 

J, 301. SI 

1,620,73 

1 3,819.32 
$ 12,891.45 


$ 


475,20 

9,8v 
560.94 


1 46,396.12 

1,78L!,211,1G 

•' U.91 

7.717.87 

79-134,61 

^6.53 

590.36 

911:1,742,04 

15.4SS.S8 

$ 3.270,363,32 

$ 517,396.17 

$14,224,039,59 

% 16.993.04 

.1.420.37 

7,941.29 

24,129.73 

9,289.22 

I 63,772.65 
$ 14,837.64 


1 


240,!> 
1,792,097,36 
70 66 


on . 






Automotive 






7,717,X7 


Bldg, Ground, Malnt. & 
Repairs 




105.60 

Til 


79,240.21 


Equipment, Maintenance 
1 Impairs . ,,,..... 


& 




56. 324.0* 


Horticultural 






590.36 


Pood , . • 








179.80 
2,170.11 

21,209.35 


965.921, S4 


Other 






17,658.99 




S . 




* 

$ 


3,291,572.67 


Retirement & POAB Hjacp, 


. *. 


......... 


517,396.17 


TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL 
EXPENSES .... *.. 




* 

$ 
* 


24,763.39 

71,52028 
24,27S.6l> 
30,349,74 
25,001.40 

161,150.02 

425,498.42 
11,309.37 

587,957.S1 
114.36 


$1 
1 


t,248,802.98A 


EXPENDITURES— ASSETS 
EQUIPMENT PURCHASES 

Automotive *......, 

Building and General 
Plant ...,.,., 


? . 




16.992.04 
7S.940.65 


Household 






82,21 
54, 179.47 


Office 






34,290,62 


Total Equipment 

Purchases 


. ?. 




? 


214.922.67 


Major Building Repairs . . 
Construction Building 


. 1 


12,891.4'! 


* 


440,336.06 
11,309.37 


Total Capital 

Expenditures ..... 


■ t 


12,891.45 
114,36 


% 


3.819.32 


1 


16,710.77 
114.36 


* 


78,610,29 


9 


666,568.10 


Prior Tear's Adjustment. 


$ 


114,36 



DEFERRED CHARGES 

Prepaid Insurance . . . 

STORES 

In ventorlea — Increase - 
Decrease 



1,172,54* $ 



1,172,54' $ 



10,111.97* $ 10,1107* $ 



7,328,70 



Schedule IV-A (Continued) 
8.323.08 | ;.06B 



22.770.75* % 15,442.05*B 



Total Expenditures % 13,005.81 | 1,206,621.50 $ 1,219.527.31 | 620,184,26 $1 4,288 J02.I9B $14,908,266.45 



Statement of Budget Balances — Appropriations 
Fiscal Year 1960-1961 






Allotment 
7/1/60 

6/30/61 
Personal Services ,...,.. J 9,955,000.00 



Contractual Services 
Travel Expenaea .»*... 
Material & Supplies . 
Hospital Oorit to Ret. 

Plan 

Equip. Purch, (Gap 

Outlay) -. 

ct'cd riinrges . 

Major Repairs 

Const-Building 

Stores . , . . 



imuoo.oo 

5,000.00 
3,8=63,1 

517.000.00 

785.36 






Expended 

Month of 

June 

$ R58.2S7.99 

52,313.81 

312.54 

258,486.86 

44,585.49 
1,172.54* 



10,111.97* 



Expended 

To 

Date 

\ 9,848,941.67 

581,977.26 

6,361.17 

3,270,3602 

al7.: 

rttAfi 

8,223.06 

14,837.64 



Allotment Bal, 
Before Comm. 
6/30/61 

$106,058,33 
44 J: 

: 17* 
:<6.G8 

396,17* 

11S> 

8,228.06* 

7,573.00* 



22,770.75* 



22,77<i.7 ■ 



Comm. 
e/30 61 

t . . 

24.671,15 
84**81.79 



Total Expended 

and Comm, 

6 30 61 

-48.941.67 

548 41 

5,861.17 

K74S.11 

:>i7.3iit;.i7 



2F.9 r Q60.98 



31,887,50 
16,269,73 



332,883.63 

8,223.06 

40.7j:>.-h 

Id!!* 



Allotment 

Balances 

6-30/61 

$ ! 06,068.33 

H.5S 

361/17* 

• 

396.17* 

• 8.27* 

8.223,00* 

39,466,66* 

6,501.02 



m 
o 

i 

i 



$14,645,100.00 $1,206,527.52 $14,288,102,19 $356,997.81 $3*6.271.21 $11,644,373.40 * T2M0 



Schedule IV B 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Special Legislative Appropriation 
For Construction of Warehouse and Major Repairs 

Through June 30, 1961 £ 

APPROPRIATED: $800,000,00 H 

C 

LESS: Funds Committed *3 

Andry & Feitel $ 2G.0D ^ 

Nola Electric Company, P. O. 71924 24S.4 O 

B&rwood I. Brown, P. O. T>7$$ ...-. 24,845.70 g 

Andry & Feltel, P. O. 77914 40.208,00 

F. a Uondolfo, P. O. BI017 - - 2B0.00 

F. a Gondolfo, P. O. 82931 . . . . 100.00 

EustU EngineerinE Company, P. O, £1499 l p 393Jit» 

Chartres Company, Inc., P. O. 82947 0,037.20 

F. C. Gondolfo, P, O. 85680 30n c 

Landfs Construction Co., Inc., P. O. 94013 31,652.11 

Farnsworth & Chambers, P. O. 99431 . . * . 658,000.0 $14,319.15 Jd 

TO BE APPROPRIATED FROM TRUST FUND ACCOUNT: $114,519.15* * 

CASH RECEIVED: $656,000.00 | 

DISBURSED] 1 

Andry & Feitcl, Architects ,..♦♦,♦*♦.. $ 26.00 

Nola Klectric Company 248,457.01 

Andry & Feite! 31,859J3 

Haxwood I. Brown 24,845.70 

F. C. Gondolfo 680.00 

Eustis JKngineering Company ... 1,393,00 

Ctiartrea Company, Inc. £1,037.20 



X 



Schedule IV-B (Continued) 



DISBURSED (Continued) 

Landis Construction Co., Inc , . . 31,652.11 

Farnsworth & Chambers Co., Inc 201,707.10 

CASH BALANCE AT JUNE 30, 1961 

COMMITMENTS OUTSTANDING AT JUNE 30, 1961 

Andry & Foitel. P. O. 77914 , . $ 5,370.00 

Farnsworth and Chambers Co., Inc. #99431 356*292.90 

*3<M,662.90 



B4!UB6,25 
$105,343,75 



O 



i 



CHAKITV HOSPITAL UF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comparative Statement of Monthly Coat of Operations 

For the Period July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 



n.iitWtfL v / 









Drugs and 


Other 


Repairs & 




No, of Patients 


Cost 
Pep Patient 




In- 


Out- 


In- 


Out* 








Surgical 


Operating 


Maint. 




patient 


patient 


patients Patients 


1960 


Salaries 


Food 


Supplies 


Expenses 


Expenses 


TotaJ 


Days 


Visits 


Days 


Visits 


July ....$ 


801,68 


% 72,763.19 


| 168,574.36 


$ 119.477.37 


$ 27,097.15 


$ 1,189,548.66 


61,982 


57j:-i 


S17.66 


$1.66 


August . 


800,748.91 


82,000.21 


170,450,53 


115.39l.in 


18,383.13 


1,1*6,973,93 


63,572 


57.379 


17.21 


1.62 


Sept. 


791,886.64 


82,651,08 


131,013.09 


111,216.57 


20,211.3$ 


U 36.977.77 


6 1,47 1 


51,374 


17.05 


i.73 


October . 


791,155.85 


$4,242.39 


1*3,813.96 


111,936.23 


17,044 .72 


1,1 58,203.15 


64,059 


53,253 


i «.<;■» 


1.67 


November 


794,1001 


7r 1( 5S0,74 


1*5,882.97 


112,970.37 


20,4903 


1,159,039,32 


62,777 


48,926 


17.04 


1.82 


December 

1961 

January 


791,57 Vis 


73,681-64 


132,634,06 


110,292.98 


17,234.64 


1,125,421,80 


59,317 


45.21S 


17. r,n 


193 


841,530.25 


88,760.60 


173,676.12 


117.959,01 


19,461.27 


1,241,387.25 


64,624 


49.056 


17.89 


1.53 


February 


843,397.68 


69,625.90 


122.980.89 


134.449,31 


24.427.41 


1,194.881.19 


53.395 


4^,931 


18.97 


1.90 


March . . 


842,866.70 


95,727,82 


173,629.81 


96,743.60 


22,729.60 


1,231,697.63 


65,431 


=74,489 


17.4ft 


1.65 


April 


846,777.10 


7fl.539.82 


139.178.31 


115,108,61 


20,083.90 


1,107.702.74 


772 


53,209 


18.57 


1.64 


May 


846,220.17 


73,111.69 


149,530.62 


119,092.22 


24,978.2* 


1,212,982.95 


(iii.982 


59,747 


18, 15 


1.49 


June 


858,287.99 


91,226.76 


120,682.64 


127,582,02 


16,207.28 


1,213.986,69A 


67.964B 


59.223B 


19.34B 


1.57B 



TOTAX .$9,850,191.67 $965,921.84 $1,792,097.36 $1,392,279.44 $248,312,67 $14,24S,S02,98A 740.247B 634.999B $17,81B U.68B 



Per Cent 69.13*; 


i;,7s^; 12.58% 9.77% 


1,74% 100.00% 






6/30/60 $9,115,098.05 


$922,357.14 $1,709,976.76 $1,299,515.08 


$273,982.01 $13,320,929.04 


730.478B 


630,007B $16.92B $1.5SB 


Per Cent 68.43% 


6.92% 12.84% 9.76% 


2.05% 100.00% 






Increase 

Decrease* $ 735.093,62 


$ 43,504.70 $ 82,120.60 $ 92,764.36 


$ 25,669.34* $ 927,873.94 


9,769 


4,992 $ .89 $ .15 


Increase 

Decrease* ,70 


.14* .26* ,01 


31* 







• Red Figure A-Scaedule IV and IV-A B-Schedule VI 



Schedule VI 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Hospital Admissions, Discharges 
and Patient Day Costs 



Total 
PATIENTS REMAINING 

June 30, I960 , ... 1,!)0? 

May 31, 1961 . 1,926 

ADMISSIONS 

June, 1961 . 4,824 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 . ,, 61,633 

TRANSFERRED TO OTHERS 

June, 1961 336 

7/1/60 to 6/3Q/6X 4,384 

PATIENTS DISCHARGED 

Juno, 1961 . . . ♦ ♦ , . , , 4,737 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 58,802 

TRANSFERRED FROM OTHERS 

June, 1961 336 

7/1/60 to 6/30 61 4,3*4 

PATIENTS DIED 

June, 1961 . ,, ,,., 220 

7/1/60 to 6/30/6! , . . . 2,945 

Jun^ 30, 1061 j,7t»3 



June 30, 1961 



Contagious General Poliomyelitis 



63 
65 

230 

2,487 



21 
226 



231 
!,405 



327 



7 



65 



1,360 
1,366 



4,252 

r.5.fiiG 



272 
3*805 



4,173 
52,967 



293 
3,44S 



1S4 
2,3S1 



1.231 



18 



2 
Ifl 



Pre- 
mature 
Infant 

67 
59 



34 
981 



4 
3d 



65 
743 



fl 



23 
282 



67 



Psycho- 
pathic 

143 
165 



216 
2,121 



S 
133 



220 
2*151 

6 

207 



4 
34 






Tuber- 
culosis 

267 
:>73 

32 

4L"J 



23 
1S4 



618 



14 
325 



67 



"J73 



> 

H 

H 

o 

Of 

3 

> 



PATIENTS DATS 

Juno 30, 1961 67,964 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 740.247 

DAILY AVERAGE NO- OF PATIBNTS 

June 30, 1961 ... * W 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 2*037 

AVERAGE I^EKGTH OF DAYS 

Jim© 30, 1961 .--■-- 9.14 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 - 11**0 

PERCENT MORTALITY 

June 30, 1961 - 3-30 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 .-..- 4.64 

AVERAGE MONTHLY OCCUPANCY 

June, 1961 W.M 

7/1/60 to 6/30/61 66-49 



2,274 
26,967 


40,318 
045 


280 

2,612 


1,790 

25,310 


BMtt 


8,168 
101,676 


61 
74 


1,409 
1.430 


7 

7 


57 
70 


156 

K7 


277 
27i» 


7.37 
10.65 


7.75 
9.14 


6.80 
25.91 


16.27 


13.94 
27.41 


20.83 
14.13 


5.05 
7.46 


3,32 
4,16 



.011 


16,52 

26.59 


.028 
1.47 


1.2S 
9.S3 


46.29 
55.84 


70.29 
71.79 


3,39 
9.41 


47.63 
58.51 


97.52 
104.48 


46.43 
48.S0 



Month of June, 1&61 



White 

Out-Fatient Visits • 14,596 

Emergency Room Patients 1,492 



Deduct: Emergency Room Patients Treated 
& Transferred to Wards 



16,0SS 



122* 
15,966 



Colored 

37,400 

6,061 

43,461 

204* 
43,257 



CLINICS 



Total 

51,996 

7,553 




July 1,1960 to June 30, 1961 
White Colored Total 



161,246 
20,1X2 


390,764 
66,805 


552,010 
86.917 


181,358 


457,569 


638,927 


1,398* 


2,530* 


3.92S* 


170,960 


455,039 


634,999 



* Red Figures 

A -See Schedule V 



Schedule VI (Continued) 

PATIENT DAY COSTS 

Avg. No. Cost Fiscal Month of Total 

IN-PATIENTS YSar 1959_ig6 ° Jun *' 1961 7/1/60 to 6/30/61 

Total Service Cost „_, jyjBlJUS . $ U11.UMT S13.170.472.S7 

Average Cost per patient day ^ 16,92 IT UM T = ^T 

OUT-PATIENT VISITS 

Total Service Cost ,, » 9A , i1ll()) , a * 0jlt >,« 

* 96^410.91 $ &2,84fU: ' $ 1,078,330,01 

Average Cost per Patient Visit • i *<> « — ~~~777 

■•••••*■•••*" * » *.p* 5 1*&T $ 1.68 



O 



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I 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 65 



Schedule VII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Admissions by Parishes 

July 1, 1960^ June 30, 1961 

June 7/1/60 to 

Parish 1961 6 30/61 

Acadia .,,,..., II 1ST 

Allen , - 8 60 

Ascension . . . . . . . ">6 906 

Assumption . 64 737 

Avoyelles , . . .. 14 152 

Beauregard . . . . . .............. , . 46 

Bienville . . . . 1 

Bossier * 1 

Caddo . . 1 21 

Calcasieu 20 278 

Caldwell 10 

Cameron .......... ...... 5 

-ahoula - 1 21 

Claiborne . , 

Concordia * . 3 51 

DeSoto . . 3 

t Baton Rouge 271 3,231 

East Can-oil 3 32 

East Feliciana 43 508 

Evangeline 11 166 

Franklin 2 42 

Grant 2 IB 

Iberia 30 247 

Iberville . . . . SO 851 

Jackson 10 

Jefferson. - . . . 337 5,0S4 

Jefferson Davis 2 94 

Lafayette 34 287 

Lafourche . . . 109 . 1,267 

LaSalle 11 

Lincoln . ... 11 

Livingston 17 249 

Madison 2 16 

Morehouse 2 25 

Natchitoches 1 21 

Orleans . . , , 2 P 637 33,835 

Ouachita 5 52 

Plaquemines 74 862 

Polnte Coupee ...... 37 504 

Bapldes * 112 

Red River 7 

Richland 2 26 

Sabine ■ 8 

St, Bernard , 43 669 

St, Charles , 78 859 

St. Helena .... 3 60 

St James M 936 

St. John the Baptist 94 1.179 

St Landry 34 476 

St. Martin 14 iao 

St. Mary • 44 499 

St. Tammany 109 1,367 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19*0-1961 



Schedule VII (Continued! 



1961 

Tangipahoa . . . . . s? 

Tensas . . . 3 

Terrebonne , ' ] 144 

l T nion . ,_ ...... i 

Vermilion , , . , , 9 

Vernon «.''... , ,. . . " ] \ j 

Washington . , 44 

Webster ,,. 

West Baton Rouge ' . ' 40 

Went Carroll ..... . . . . 1 

West Feliciana 14 

Winn ....*.. j 

4.727 

Other States t 94 

Foreign g 

Unknown , , • ••*...■•., 

4.824 



1 960-1 961 

July, I960 5,349 

August 1960 . -1,749 

September, i960 5,709 

October, 1960 5,596 

November, i960 5.010 

December, I960 4,766 

January, 1961 , 5 p 469 

February, 1961 4,739 

March, 1961 5,153 

April, J 961 4,443 

May, J 961 , , 4,8.21 

June, 1 961 4 p 824 

61,633 



7 1 60 to 
6 '30/61 
943 
43 

145 
21 

491 
13 

22 

60.490 

1.093 

43 

7 

61,633 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Number of Employees on Payroll 

June 30, 1961 



Schedule VIM 



-p 

Is 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL 

Executive Office . * 8 

Accounting Department . . 40 

Traffic and Information . . . . 1B1 

Purchasing Department 10 

Personnel Department ,,,•••*«»... 16 

Mimeo. & Multl. Sections 7 

Post Office 3 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND 

GENERAL **-* 2G-* 

Store Rooms , , ,.«-.*.* 16 

Intake Interviewers ,......* 108 

Housekeeping Department ,***,..*..... 307 

Maintenance Department 156 

Operation of Plant 49 

Laundry ■ . 123 

Linens & Sewing Rooms, ..,, 39 

Student Living Quarters . > . 16 

Professional Students Home 

(Tutane Ave*) . . 16 



~T1 

28 


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< 0- in 


Increase 
Trans, Em p. 


Decrease 

Trans. Bet 






a 


7 




1 






s 




40 


31 




4 


,. 




34 


1 


1S2 
10 


163 
10 


i 


4 


8 




170 
10 


1 


16 
7 

3 


14 
7 
3 


■ " 




1 




13 
7 
3 


2 


266 


240 


1 


8 


5 
























16 


IS 




. * * 


• . . 








108 


105 






2 


2 




105 


1 


308 


306 






S 


2 s 




304 


- 


156 

49 


114 
43 




■ 


1 


3 

1 




142 
42 




129 


128 






4 


B 




127 




39 


39 






1 


1 




39 


. . 


in 


16 




. 








16 



16 



16 



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Schedule VI It (Continued) 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Number of Employees on Payroll 

June 30, 1961 



1 sa 

oo - o to 

-C * £ X ^ 

3^ -q +, © 

< h* < < £ 

Dietary Department 288 

Slaters Living Quarters 9 

Medical & Surgical Care-Clerlcal . . &0 

Nursing Service 843 7 

Psychopathic 110 

Contagious Unit ..»••..••••, 73 

Premature Infant Care ,....,,.. , , 62 

White Tuberculosis Unit . . . . 90 

Colored Tuberculosis Unit . 67 1* 

Pediatrics— W. & C. T.H. Patients » 

Central Service flfl 5 

Nursing Education 67 I 

Pharmacy & Drugs W 1 

Record Library ,,.. , 74 

Social Service Department . „ . . SO 

t ron MiBcroscope I 1* 

operating Rooms , , , , 148 9 

Polio myelitis Center > tmt 36 5* 

60 

17 2 



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3*8 


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Emp. 


Trans. 


Rel, 


<0-w 


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SSI 




21 




9 


255 


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10 


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14 


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104 


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107 


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68 


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62 


57 








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90 


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104 


109 


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109 


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54 


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X-Ray Diagnostic LOS 

X - Kay Therapeutic « 

Laboratories 95 

Physical Therapy . 32 

Electrocardiograph . IS 

Blood Bank . .. , ,. 14 

Lruritf Station 5 

Electroencephalograph 5 

Clinics 144 

Ambulance - * . 23 

Emergency Rooms 54 

Cemetery 2 

TOTAL EMPLOYEES 3,776 

Residents . 333 

Internes . . 129 

Student Nurses 277 

Dietetic . . . 14 

Anesthesia Students .................. 39 

TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL «•,,., 792 

TOTAL ALL PERSONNEL. 4,568 



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242 


4,093 



Total Number of Employees Authorized 7/1/60. .. .3,776 

Additional Authorized Month of June, 1961 33 

Number of Employees on Payroll 5/30/60. ......... 

Add: No. of Employees During: June, 1961 

r.* Hfo No. of Employees Released During June, i;m;i 

Number of Vacancies , , 

Labor Turnover 



3,676 
OS 



3,809 



3.578 

231 
3.61% 



Schedule [X 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Hospital Building 

June 30, 1961 



RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 



Total 

6/30 60 

Main Hospital Buildings . . .$10,09&,884;10 

Student Nurses Home 1,063,379.97 

Ambulance House and Garage ,,,..,., 169,713,82 

Laundry P.uildlng 113,071.13 

Power House and Ice Plant 24fl,&57.08 

Warehouse and Incinerator . 31,019.36 

Animal House .-.. 11,209.89 

Contagious Patients Bldg 316.101.83 

Covered & Enclosed Passages 4,339,38 

Dibert T.R Memorial Bid* ,. 402,910.79 

Prof. Students Home 

Tulane Avenue , .. 136,792.23 

Machine & Woodworking Shop 97,372.49 

White & Colored T-B. Bldg. 76,929.41 

Colored T.B. Building 166.25 1.53 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Bldg. ... , 391.145.36 

Sisters Home 208,624.90 

Male Internes Home . . .,..,.., 45S,340.75 

Tool House , . 1,400,85 

Dibert Radiation Center 262,679.73 

TOTAL 114,306,72460 



7/1/60 to 
6 30 61 

Addition* Total 

$ 2,360.38 $10,008,244.48 

1,063,379.97 

169,713.82 

113.071.13 

U4iU57.GS 

31,019.36 

11,209.89 

316,101.33 

, . ... 4,339.33 

. . 910.70 

136.792.23 

97,372.49 

70.929.41 

166,251.53 

391,145.36 

208,624.90 

......... 458,340.75 

......... 1,400.85 

8,948.99 261.628.72 



6 30 50 

$4,061,354.86 

439,530,39 

77.7'. 

51,808.84 

99,110.28 

14,213.01 

5,136.36 

82M2&01 

2.748.31 

317,772.07 

90,738.75 

21,908.81 

47,91 

106,335.28 
228,168.17 
138,33S.1K 

82,&01.3S 
1,167.05 



7/1/60 to 

6 30/61 

$201,< 

'j 1.267.60 

3,394-27 

2,261.42 

4,991 14 

62041 

6,322.04 
86.79 

9,2; 

2.: 

1,947.45 
1.538.59 

3,325.03 
7,822.91 
U72.50 
9.166.82 
28.02 
5,232,57 



Total 

460,797.99 

81.156.50 

^4,i|- 

104,101.42 

I4.S33.40 

5.360.56 

647.05 

327." 

93,474.:>9 
23>. 

■19.491.28 

if>0,3l 

235,991.08 

.10.68 

91,668.20 

1,195.07 

6,232.57 



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A -Exhibit I 



Schedule X 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Hospital Equipment and Furnishings 



Total 

6/30/60 

Main Hospital Building . . . . $3,960, 

Student Nurses Horn© . 119.934.S6 

Prof* Students Homo 

Tulane Avenue 1,476.84 

laundry Building .... 246,312.14 

Power House & Ice Plant 857,094,54 

Machine & Woodworking: Shop . . 33,279.13 

Contagious Patients Bldg 54,887. Of* 

Dibert T. B, Building 74,873.23 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Bldg. 59,668.40 

White & Col. T. B. Bldg 5.655,33 

Colored Tuberculosis Bldff 22,22!*. 1 7 

Sisters Home 14,485.22 

Tool House „.,... 1,158.54 

Fence* and Paved Walks ♦ , . 7,588 93 

Male Internes Home 29,757.89 

Automotive Equipment . .. 93,850.07 

51,562,695.81 



June 30, 1961 



Additions Deletions 
7/1 /eO to 7/1/60 to Total 
6/30/61 6/30 61 6 30/61 
$214,613.56 $ 33S.5G $3,1 
t'34.86 

., 1,476.84 

,. 246,312.14 

458.20 837,552,74 

5,992.15 ., 39,27 1.2S 

1,099.27 ,. '36,27 

1,053,33 75,926.5(1 

1,176.00 60,743,40 

5,655.33 

14,1 50. £6 :ifi, :iS0.33 

14,485.22 

1,1 68, 54 

......... 7,588,93 

29,757.89 

16,992.04 21,936.80 88,905.31 

$255,534,41 $22,275.36 $4, 796,954.86 



RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 

Additions 

7/1/60 to 

6/30/60 6/30/61 6/30/61 

■4 $190,489,15 |S,378 ( 71X,4fl 

119,944,86 119,934.86 

1.470.84 . .. 1,476.84 

201,7'i 9,852.49 21 1,« 

.29.66 4,187.70 317.42 

33,279.13 .W.21 33,878.34 

r.0.763.91 56,763*91 

64,696.48 7,592,66 72,289.14 

59,668.40 117.50 59,685.90 

mM . . *5J3 

i'J.i'29.47 1 P 41&,09 23,644.5« 

12,231.53 1,158.81 ::»0.34 

1,158,54 . . 1,1 6 

K.93 7.588.93 

26,782.11 2,975.78 29.757.89 

87,099.59 1,805.72 88,905,31 

$3,703,690.34 $220,194.17 $3,923,890.51 



72 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19*0-1961 

Schedule X-A 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Capital Expenditures — Equipment 
July 1, 1960 through June 30, 1961 

1959*1960 1960-1961 
Appropria- Appropria- Trust 
tion tion Funds 

AUTOMOTIVE 

9 Motorola U&IHHT-1100B-50 Watt Mobile 

Units complete with accessories for 

dash mounting nnd narrow band op* 

eration -Installed ,. . $7,7! 

Refund from Civil Defense, part cost of 

9 Motorola* U51HHT-1100B-50-60 Watt 

Mobile Units . . . 3 .763.12 

3 I9fil Model Fords, 220 H. P. V-8 Engine 

Country Sedan Amble Wagons, 4 door, 

9 passenger station wagon, complete 

with all factory equipment. M2 

1 19B1 Model Ford F. 350 Flareside pickup 

truck, V-8 engine 130" wheelbase com- 
plete With all factory equipment 1 .953.78 

1 1961 Model Ford F. 600 12' Stakebody 

truck V-8 Engine, complete with all 

standard factory equipment 2.82S.12 

LESS: 
1 1951 Model Ford, Black, 2 door, sedan, 6 cyl- 
inder PInglne, serial #HIMP15456 |76.00 
Less 2% Handling Charge . . 1.52 74.48 

Vehicles Sold on Our Sale #180-849 

1 1954 Cadillac Serial 5486-S1348 1943 
Chevrolet Stakebody Serial GCA296093 
1954 Cadillac Serial GCA296093 1954 
Serial #54881115 1956 Ford Ambulette 
Serial H6H5132264 194 fi Ford Panel 
Truck, Serial 799Y15317S1 1954 Ford, 
Black y% ton pickup, serial F2504- 

M20G53 ........ ........ S06.D1 

$16,992.04 



BUILDING AND GENERAL PLANT 
1 Rametli 20* Floor Machine, com pi 

with W Grinding Disc assembly and 
20* sanding disc assembly, 1 tamp 

brush and 6 only fine stones . . . , % 436.00 

Air-conditioning Heart Station, Catholic 
Chapel. Library m Slater Stanislaus 
Hali T Clinics and Laboratories, 1st 

Floor . $ 49,866.95 

Furnished and installed air-conditioning 

equipment, 2nd Floor, Main Building 19,945.20 
1 Blnk Dynaprecipltor Water Wash Spray 
Booth complete with air supply equip- 
meat 1.032. 06 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



73 



1959-1960 1960-1961 
Approprra- Approprra- Trust 
tion tion Funds 

1 Model RL 205E Appleton Spring Recoil 
Heal 35" Maximum Cable Capacity* 

explosion proof 272,05 

Professional fees covering engineering 
services for the installation of the 
Emergency Generating Equipment . - 413.13 

* Rttuiam] Amplifiers $158.1S each, 1 Rau- 

la*m Mfxer Panel $124.32 ij 915,22 

1 Model 818 Racine Hydraulic Hacksaw 

Machine #D35S complete . 1 100 00 

1 Pacific Model AC Type NA Vertical 

Sump. Pump .... 1,295.00 

t R 183-26 Reverse Cycle 1% H. P. G. E. 

air-conditioners €79 50 

KriedHeh Air Conditioners . 708 00 

Installing air conditioning in Dibert 
Clinic 7 182 00 

1 Cooper Cyclo-mo Lawnmower gS^OO 

I 71,520.28 g 5,420.37 $ 7,980.00 

HOUSEHOLD 

44447424 with 3/16" wall 

with N88-4RP 8N 80-4 Casters $ jei.66 

6 Friedrlch Air- Conditioners 2-RS, 1-05,. 539.00 1,486.00 
4 Emerson Oscillating Fans; §32.53 ...... ISO. 12 

Wet-Dry Vacuum Cleaner Complete ... 366 97 

2 Westinghouse Electric Water Coolers .. 317 50 
144 CT-660-U-P Desks with Bookcase, each 

86 * 36 ■ 12,435.84 

1 Icebreaker complete with 3 phase motor 

fine and coarse combs 1,049.00 

9' 6" cu. ft. Admiral Refrigerator ....... 312 92 

1 Vogue #2i;r Red Dinette Table and four 

tra . . , . . , 34 95 

14* #CT 4326 Superior Sleeprite Arm Chairs 4.572.00 
144 #CT 4320R Superior Sieeprlte Lounge 

Chairs 5,562.64 

4 Model No, PQ Savory, Natural Gas 
Toasters complete with #3911 Bread 

Baskets 1M , t 

#HJB 4A-4542 Theumopress OS" 

: Standard Model Electric refrigerators., 31SJ7 

H Lockers 12x18x60, 12 sloping tops, L6-5 

tlers - - 476.00 

3 Electric Water Cooler 3 G. P, H. with 

Bubbler and 1 cu. foot refrigerated 

compartment Oasis , 504 00 

Nutting 881 Steel Shelf Trucks ........ 466.65 

I Janitors' Carryalls, Finnel model 4 BH2 195.00 

6 Continental Scales Model 

402 each $58.50 351.00 

Less trade-In allowance 6 scales 00.00 261.00 

2 Trou] r #SL-I-R, Safety Steps 

Ladders with hand rails complete 

with work baskets each $95.85 . ... 1*1.70 

4 Lyon Metal Lockers 130. SS 

4 Coodley 3-gallon bottles @ $32.50 130.00 



74 



I.'HAKITY HOSPITAL— I9fi0-im 



1959-1960 1960-1961 
Appropria- Appropria- 
tion tion 

1 ITi cu. foot capacity, self - contained 

reach- in type refrigerator for Infant's 

formulas , « r,40,00 

3 Duplex bedside tables furnished and 
installed steel shelving* to house slide 
boxes in accordance with specifica- 
tions , , ..,.,. 

2 Strain gage amplifier modd# 67 -500* 

BAS 

l Mode! 70- 25 Victor Projector 16 rata 

25 Watt Full Power amplifier w/sepa- 

rai» 12" Speaker 

Installing air conditioning in Dlbert 
ic , 

1 Nutone 9290 Heater 

6 Emerson Fans cot c30l 2/ cot 120 ad- 
justable floor column ntds, 

2 Foster reach* in Refrigerator model HR- 

4-SO Serial #32336 #32911 

"> G 30] -30* Emerson Fans, 121 Emerson 

floor columns ................. 

1 R 2 03 Admiral Refrigerator 3674710 .. 
1 Portable food conveyor 

Freight on Cafeteria counters- portable 
6 individual Steel lockers-full length 139.89 

Beds , 

$ 24,278.60 % 1M\M 

LABORATORY, HOSPITAL & MEDICAL 

3 Wolf X-ray View Box - stainless steel 

frame : <v\oo 

-A-3598102 Type PS- 8 A Blood Pres- 
sure Heads with 12 foot cables and 
No. Jones Plugs :.00 

4 Suction Pumps -5- Emerson # 225, and 

mco # 435, . . - , . . % 870.00 1 I 

1 Model III Inspirator Co. Agulator cabi- 

net model metal for culture tubes * . 650.00 
Medco luniator #600 4271 with attach- 
ments 776.00 

% Koltherma #161601 - 158601 , 795,00 

3 Hydrncoliators master units complete 

with steam pack , 130.45 

2 Tractomatic machines with accessories.* 4S1.23 

1 Mark II Fluotec Inhaler . . ., ,50 

1 Hammonia Ointment Mill * Model L . . 

1 #8§0 - 1100AS Preamplifiers 884.13 

Returned two Preamplifiers 550.60 . . 334.13 

l #lL-5-5O0 Grans Torsion Balance 
1 MA 94193 Weinberg- Wat con Projector.. 1,31*5.00 
Freight on 1 Medco Ionlator #600-4271.. 6.03 

Freight on 2 Koltherma #161601-158601. 9.65 

Fee for Special X-ray Room 2,000,00 

1 Portable non-Pressure sterilizer 

20 H.P. 

1 Model PB 111 Combinations paraffin 

bath complete with parr of in and oil.. :.r.3.6fi 



Trust 

Fundi 










1.: 









REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 75 

1959-1960 1960-1961 
Appropria- Appropria- Trust 
tion tion Funds 

1 #CA-CT 2900 Micro Centrifuge 187,00 

Freight on one Hammonla ointment 

Mill - Model L 6.57 

1 McKesson Dental Suction apparatus 
Vacuum Pump Model #P-505 and 

■ ,.,,.. 2S8,OQ 

1 Portable Caste] light, silvertone #SS576, . 27^.10 

T Air shields ambu resuscitators, com- 
plete with masks and carrying- eases.. £72.25 

Technlcon autoanalyzer complete 4,547.61 9,09l.2li 

1 1 Bell #S630, 30 watt amplifier with 
separate treble and base controls 

complete with all accessori&a 353.50 

Alternating pressure point pads 5 & 

212.50, 2 ^ 191,25, and 4 ffi 175.31 . .. 2,146,24 

Freight on one box of sterilizers > ;>n .:M 

1 Television Camera complete with all 

type lens 1J9S.80 

1 Paraffin oven #3312 335.00 

1 Foster welded all aluminum hospital 
blood brink refrigerator with tempera - 

ture alarm 7&5.O0 

1 Stryker Ophthalmology unit complete , . 359,00 

1 Bone Engine, Jordon Day explosion 

proof Storz X-1500 complete with 

headpieces 50&.65 

\, O, Giant scope complete g 4fl 

2 B fe L. Steak Copeland Refractoscope 

complete . . , 106. 4n 

Returned- 1 Permiitlt model EMA 12- 

Zeolitc upflow wat^r softener . * 378.00 

1 Coleman Flume Photometer without 

cable 495.00 

1 Complete Rotex X-4 Unit 396.0", 

Dlluter 20cc capacity diluent 
syringe 300 Lambdas capacity sample 
syringe 11" H 5" V DUG Volts, 50/60 

cycle AC Each $250.00 , 500,00 

Cables returned not needed on television 
camera , 123,50 

1 Automatic film Processor with acces- 

sones ,,.,♦,. 4,617.90 

Special Purpose X-Ray Room, 12th 

Floor 1,080.82 

Furnish and install cabinet table and 

tubecrane; also cassetle changer in 

accident Room . . . . . , , 3,582.30 

[ ("lenffin- Pratt RS 100 Recover, 

stretcher complete with additional and 

rail . .. WQM 

2 Illuminators continuous film grip, Hal- 

#2306-1-5, lialsey #2302 -1 -m. + &*M 

l Flame attachment for atitoanalyaer for 
1 um and potassium determinations, 

with all attachments >.,*>. 2,629,61 
X-Ray equipment for Special X-Ray 

in ,,, . 6,242.98 



76 CHARITY HOSFITAX^- 1960-19 

1959-1960 1960-1961 
Appropria- Apprapria- Trust 
tion tion Funds 

1 37£$A Centrifuge wf speed controller* 
but without equipment size 2 model 
2 Serial #67205H 

1 < n unit 

£ PME 'TjO Press y re Transducer. . 

1 Wolf Illunlnator. catalog #3S55 MOS . . 

1 Servo Spirometer, model 250 

4 Direct writer Electrocardiagraph Ma- 
chines 2 isoeardlette model ........ 2,1' 

1 Potentiometer Assembly complete 

1 ; 300 Ar w/Std catalog 
# 47242 ...p.*..... . .. 

1 Femoral Artery cannula for Intra Car- 
diac surgery for 3/8" I. D. Tubing ... S30.Fi 

1 c?9728C Beqkman Expanded Scale PH 
Meter ,.*. 

1 4^72 SI Thermostatic Constant Tempera- 
ture Block . . 

6 In L -scoping floor lamps w/- 

goose neck ... . . . . 

1 $ f, Extra GteftS Electrode . ... 

1 * 39070 B. I. Extra Reference Electrode,. 

1 Bird Mark 7 Respirator and one 2- 

stage 

reduction regulator, w/on -off lever. . 

1 Sanborn Direct Winter E. K. G. VI 

Model oo#2ai5 736.95 

48 Shields meal 15 MX*. 11/16" !Dx47/16" 

Deep includes 570 cushion 

1 3800 Head Horizontal Type i% place for 
ML Shields & multiple carriers, 

size 2 

16 #3731 Carrier Trunnion slotted and 

Hated carrier 3/8" Trunnion 3-place 

12.05 ea 

1 Potentiometer assembly, complete for 9 

Liter Pesperometer 

1 130 BR Low Freg. Oscilloscope P 7 

Screen Serial No. 4S49 

1 Catalogue # 11-134-195 Gas sampling 

valve . 

1 Honeywell Model 11 OS -24 Channel Direct 

Recording Visfcorder Oscillograph 

complete with accessories :%M 

1 Port er M odel 1 1 K - J E D - Refrigerator with 

self contained compressor .......*... 55S.00 

2 air man pressure joint pn 10.63 

ea. 361.26 

1 Sterilizer- Automatic 87.55 

$ 30,349.74 $24,129.73 ilS. 



OFFICE 

10 Cosco Model, met&l chairs 1 @ 49,9G t 
<i 31.25 2 m 33,00; 2 @ 27.S7: 1 

28,50; 1 @ 32.15 % 336.04 

Hack type steel shelving standard grey 
finish with mounting and hardware . . 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 77 



1959-1960 1960* 1961 
Appropria- Appropria- Trust 
tion tron Funds 

3 Smith -O-irona Electric 16* Carriage 

Elite type $274.50 

Less trade- In manual Un- 
derwood typewriter &i n- 
cal # S-5282680 10,00 204 

1 Stenographer Chair- Cosca 18-s Brown 

finish upholstered . . 35.96 

2 Green covered waste receptacles 

@ $&7-50 H5.00 

1 Remington Rand Standard 13" Elite 

type Gray Typewriter $200.25 

Less trade-in T ' n d e r \v 00 d 

typewriter # 12-6.62U1M 50,00 . . . I :,n.25 

2 -143 Ginger Naughahyde and Walnut 

Bids i ii --.'9,95 59.90 

2 Walnut Wood typewriter i . . . , 247,75 

1 Electric Automatic time Stamp com- 
plete . , . . , — . . 195.50 

6 Junior Executive chairs, metal, uphol- 

red in green, @ £39,50 237.00 

1 Ditto Duplicator Machine Model D-30 

i storage cabinet 319.50 

1 IBM Standard Electric typewriter 13" 

Carriage Emerald Green 400.50 

4 #9160 Tesalite gray finish desks . ...s 4^4.50 151.50 

1 Royal Typewriter # 11-6818080 1^3,50 

2 Dictaphone Time all Tran. 

tori zed Dictating Machines 770.00 

1 #1010 Lyon Combination type steel 

cabinet with lock 

2 Touch master II Standard Underwood 

typewriters 347,50 

1 SEE 24014 Qraylite Letter file with four 

drawers and lock .....,.., ..... 102.94 

1 Gray metal green naughyde steel case 

chair 49.75 

1 Table Ton Truck, with 6 .shelves and 4 

swivel casters 

5 2-7551 Filing Cabinets and 1«#312 ( A. 

B. Dick Models 1051 392.70 

1 # T36-1 Recorder 208.50 

U 4 Drawer-cole #1404-4 Drawer letter 

si&e filing cabinets, each $62.75 753.00 

1 Stan dura Register universal Burster 
Imprinter with counter, slitting knives, 
two Imprinting devices for signatures, 

4 .,.. (j.00 

- K V598G- G41 6 BQ Kai d V e y e 1 s W 
rtical end trays, dual push button 
a t r o 1 & V sting Board -Each 
$4,058,90 , ... 24,353.40 

1 Verifax signet copier, Model B .» 17^00 

6 Dictaphone Time Master all-Transit 

ized Dictating Machines (fi $385. Ou . 2,356,00 

5 Dictaphone Time -Master all Transis- 
torized Transcribing Machines 
$1,836,00 



IS HARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-19G1 

f 959 -1960 1960-1961 
A pproprta * A ppropri a - Trust 

tion tion Funds 

Less Trade -In 

6 Edison Dictating Machines 
4 @ 20.00; Z @ 40.00 160.00 

4 Edison Transcribing 

Machines 40. m* 1,636,00 

1 Fisher recorder with special accessories 

catalog # 11-134-130 SSO.Ofl 

Freight on Index flu Ides . 

2 #6 35AE Automatic-Electric Revo -File, 

gray, S100, $565.00 ea, . i,i :. 

S Sets # TH-3I5 guides, inserted A-Z; 
250 division, positions 1-2-4-5 with 
white, yellow, green, & r**d tabs 334.00 

2 Sets 200 Plvlgion A-% alphabet Index 

Guides . 

Freight on File case * . . . . 

1 Combination File & Rook steel shelving 

unit 
l Bcriptor Electric typewriter 380.00 

Leas Trade -In and SCM allowance, 

115.80 £64,20 

1 Stencil cutting machine ..... 265*00 

3 Metal card Record Files . . , 695.43 

1 Walnut Finish Flit Top I te »k 121. 1<> 

$ 2S,001.40 % 8,794.22 $ G.395.U> 



EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL 
1 Used Polaroid 10 Camera group a model 
F-30i f complete with adjustable posi- 
tion for, adjustable elevator tripod, 
Tungstem lighting syhtem 495.00 

$ 495.00 



SUMMARY 

Appropriation 1959-1960 $151,150.02 

Appropriation 196Q-1981 63.772*65 

Sub-Total (Schedule IV-A) $214,922.67 

Trust Funds 40,611.74 

Total $255,534.41 



Schedule XI 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Unexpired Insurance 

June 30, 1961 

Current 

Policy Expiration 

Number Date 

AC 320377 Automobile — Damage and Bodily Injury ■ ■ ■ ■ 4/10/62 

A-507748 Auto-ComiMhCMMtoe Fire, Theft, Collision & 

Public Liability - * * . 3/26/62 

PG 1753 Comprehensive Glass 10/20/61 

7504298-A I Vposltors Forgery Bond , 7/16/63 

OT 8-2813 Elevators . . 6/30/61 

v\ C-50M00 Employees Workmen Compensation , , , . . , 3/ 1/62 

262S675 I employers Fidelity Bond , . , 10/31/63 

State Uaater Vltv and Extend* »d Coverage 6/30/61 

F-1443545 Fire— Rental - ■ 4/ 9/62 

A-977-314 Money and Securities «■* 1/6/62 

OIjT-709324 Owners, Responsibility — Public Liability 2/ 1/64 

:»2091B6 Boilers, Pressure Vessels and Gas Furnaces . 4/17/64 

!>98 Public Official 7/ 1/61 

TF I Radium Floater Policy , 7/31/61 



Premium 

Unexpired 

6/30/60 

$ 1,143.09 

1,641.52 
78.52 


Premium 

Fiscal Year 

1960-1961 

$ U675.1S 

2,544,69 

235.56 

13.24 

3,275.90 

3S.622.64 

736.14 

12.430.32 

18.60 

124,63 

1,473.59 

2,692.17 

126.00 

295.60 

$64,268.31 


Premium 

Unexpired 

6/30 61 

$ 1,608.93 

1,737.38 
78.54 
86.4S 






22,093.15 
211.00 


22,931.04 

1,901.99 


30.26 

187.06 

667,59 

1.137.34 


11,66 

62.38 

4,097.12 

L*.fl70.74 


45.46 

$27,235.89 


$35,458,95 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Visitors Food Service Department 

Comparative Statement or Income and Expense 

For the Period July 1— June 30, 1961 and 1960 



Schedule XI r 



Month of June, 1961 



rs OF GOODS SOLD 

Inventory -Resale Mcteo, . . . I 1,899.71 

handles Purchased 4,848. 3$ 

$ 6 P 748?oT 

Less: Inventory 6/30/61 . .. 1. SI 8.05 

Cross Profit ., ,, 

mim :i:ati\i ; EXPENSES 

Snl; tries 

Cafateria. Manager $ 460,00 

Clerks „ 300.00 

Food Service Workers 1,905.00 

Custodial Supervisors 85fi 

Cooks .... , 850.00 $ 3,870.00 

pital Contribution to Retire- 
ment Plan & social Security. I99.se 

OTHBB EXPBNS 

Ho' ,:: SuppUefl I 23G.-M 

200,00 
i»«lrH & 



$ 7,682.<U 



4,930.02 



July 1, 1960 to June 30, 1901 July 1, 1959 Increase 

to or 

June, 1960 Decrease* 

$82,477,98 $100,866,89 f 7,887.91* 

380,88 

61. 479.50 
168,700,83 

1,818.05 61,891,77 64,666.98 2,775,22* 



$ 2.752.59 




i 
3,600.00 
21,803,88 
9,&: 
4 f 080.00 


$44,873,88 




2.314.53 


$ 046.82 




MO 





$30,586,21 $ 35.698.90 $ 5.112.69* 



O 

Z 

53 

B 
Q 
05 

— 



Office Supplies 

Kitchen Utensils & Minor Equip- 
ment 105.86 

Ice 40,00 

China a; Glassware 

Silverware & Tableware 

Repairs & Alterations 544.10 4.614.06 4,887.52 52,075,93 50,907-49 1,163-73 





32.03 




7i:;.:i4 




480.00 




W2J4 




«6.M 


4.614.06 




$ 1,881.47* 




2,290.52 




3.71 




$ 432.76 





NET PROFIT ON OPERA- 
TIONS ♦ $ 1,881.47* $21,483.72* $ 15,208.59 $ 8,281.13 

Add: | along earned on Vend- 
ing* Machine Sale* 2,290.52 25,912,38 27,573.57 1,661.19* 

ComtnlBSiona Sales Tax 3.71 5574 51,68 4,06 

NET PROFIT ......... $ 432.76 $ 4 f 478.40 $ 1 2,416.66 $ 7,938.26* 

•Red Figure 



REFOBT <>F ACCOUNTING DKI'A I1TMBNT 83 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds 

Analysis of Chances in Total Fund Balances for the Period 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

Total Fund Balances July 1, 1960 

Principal . . . .- *•** $3,173,3.^7 1 

Income . . . . , £66,164.44 $4,039,517.1 r> 

Income July 1, to 

June 30, 1901 <5cbedule V) ..■■• 791.539,44 

Total Available Funds f 4,831.056-59 

Less: 

Expenditures July 1, 1959 to 

June 30, 1961 (Schedule VI) 532,641.68 

Fund Balances June 30, 1961 

Principal < Schedule III) ¥3,309,962,44 

Income (Schedule IV) 9BS,4S2.47 

Total Fund Balance June 30, 1961 " $4,296,414.91 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds — Statement of Cash Balances 

St. Bernard Bank & Trust Company 



Schedule If 



June 30, 1061 



Trust Fund Accounts 



Petty 
Cash 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund $ , 

Dlbert Endowment Fund 

Perron Legacy, Jean 

Henderson Fund, Stephen . []../..,][ 

McBurney Fund, Alexina S [.[.. 

.Milliken Memorial Fund ......... . 

Lapeyre-Mlttenberger Fund , , 

I »T0gt Endowment Fund , , , H 

Stauf fer-Eastwlck Fund 100.00 

Thilborger Legacy, Lonlae B * ar 

Well, Emanuel L. and Clarice 50.00 

Winner Donation, Edward 

Lewln Legacy, Noemi M. ""!!!! 

biotas Legacy, Dr, Rudolph , .1. . t 

A pplegate, Alice M. . . .,.,♦., , * \ 

Registry . , ....* rmrr ] 

La. Arthritis Foundation [ , , .,]]],.]]] 

Higg-ina Foundation . . ..//....[ 

Jensen Legacy, Marie B 

Krauss Memorial, Arthur 

ncfl of Jewish Women . //../...[[ 





Special 

Fund 

Accounts 



61,44* 
21,885.96 

3.603,93 

1,3<! 

4.731,60 

85,508.18 

2,430.22 
1,222.90 

l.SG 

4,3 32.55 

129-85 

150.00 

197.10 

41,673.24 

a.56* 



Individual 

Fund 
Accounts 

$ 5,920.53 
71,548.83 



21,066.33 

s,4ioii 

4,994.67 



12,452,74 



Distribution 



Total 

? 5.920.53 
71,548.83 

61.44* 
21,885.96 
21.066,33 
3,603.9S 

s T 4io.;u 

1,363.29 
5.094. <I7 
4,731.60 
2,716.68 

85,508.13 

454.65 

2,480,22 

1,222.90 

12,452.74 
1.S0 

129,85 

n.l.Ml 

m.10 
41,073 



Principal 

I 4,669.03 
6,356.06 



538.09 
3,373.03* 

4,319.80* 
315-iMi 



454.65 

31.34 

52.14 

32.74 

1.80 

4,:;::. 

129.85 

150.00 

197,10 

41,G 73.24 



Income 

66.192.77 
61.44* 
>.96 
21,066.33 
3,065.84 
11,783.94 
793.87 
Ml 
4.4 Lfl 
2,716,68 
85,50 

2.4! 
1,170.76 



I 
m 

o 

H 
> 

1 



Service Fund . . 246, 49 

Allison Legacy, Mary Ann . , . , , 1,671 . 1 9 

Federal Grant-Child Development Study 25,00 176,658.56 

x Legacy, Marie H. ♦ . , , - i-» ■-■-■ -* - - * 1.0S6.74 

Sundry Donations, Unrestricted BOS 

Graf Legacy, Catherine A . 3.633.48 

Textron Legacy, Cora 3,433.00 



246.4!) 


24fi.49 




1,671.19 
176,881.56 


!,<;7L19 


376,681.56 




L0S6.74 


155.29* 


1,242.03 


4,2SS.23 


:<U3 


763.10 


3,693,48 


19.93* 


3,718.43 


3,433.09 


605.34 


U.S27.75 



175.00 $360,958.03 $124,S4S-Q6 $485,981.00 $244,H0.92A $24l.S7G.17B 



*Red fisr'r 

A-Schednl" III 
B-Schedu]' IV 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Endowment Funds — Principal 



Schedule II 



June 30,1961 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

ENDOWMENTS— PERMANENT FUNDS Cash 

Child] .-iowmoitt % 4,660,03 

Dibort Endowment Fund 5,356,06 

ETorran Legacy, J*an 

Henderson Legacy, Stephen . , , . . , , , 

McBurney Fund. Alexlna , 

MtUlken Memorial Fund , . . , B38.09 

Lapeyre-Mlltenberper Fund , , . .,..,,, 3,373*03* 

I'roNt Kmlnwment Fund .,..,,«,,.., 569. 42 

Stniiffer-Eaatwiek Fund , . , . 4,318.80* 

Thllborgw Legacy, Louise B 3ir».oo 

Welt, Emanuel L, and Clarice , , ., 

Winner Donation, Edward 

Lew In Legacy, Noemi M 45 I 

Mat as Legacy, Br* Rudolph , , , 31.34 



PRINCIPAL FUNDS— RESTRICTED 

A pplegate, A lice M ...,,,,,,.,. 



Hlgfflna Foundation ,....,. 

Jensen Legacy, Marie B 

Krauss Memorial Fund, Arthur 
Penick Orthopedic Fund, Wm. 

1 Fund .,,,, , 

AIHhi 



EJ, 



Bonds 

S IMU69.86 
1.902,116.49 



Stocks 



Notes and 
Account* 
Receivable 



I ... f, 

50,750,00 . 



flO.4tifi.45 
205,336,22 


140.00 1..../.Y. 


3,510.11 
380 t f2L53 


5.207,50 , .,", 




15,800,00 







24,968.66 



$ 4,240,76 12,445,770,82 % 71,897,60 $, 



52,14 

4,332.15 

129.85 

150.00 

246.49 

: 47 



? 10,061,59 $_...,.., $, 



3,100.00 



Real 
Estate 



35,0! 

9,000.00 

ioe,S33.3;{ 
960,0011,00 



14,485,00 
64.20O.0o 



Total 



33, 

1,993, 

9, 

106, 

250, 

51, 

4, 

231. 
14. 
15, 
64. 

25, 



82L89 
.312. IS 
,000,00 
.X33.33 
,000.00 

102.19 
079.63 

109.23 
800.00 
800.00 
200.00 
454.65 
000.00 



$479,608.96 $3,001,517.54 



1,843.33 



B,20S.B1 



^.73 

7,43:?.:^ 
► 00 

8,208.51 



d 

> 

H 

< 

X 

c 

OB 

3 

! 



I 10,051.511 t % 



? 10,051,85 $ 28,110.90 



PRINCIPAL FUNDS— UNRESTRICTED 

pbell, Iiiri^r s. . ,. . 

Davis, John H. .* . . , , 

Right Donation. II 

Lieu* Legacy, Marie H 

Sundry Donations 

Graf Legacy, Catherine Agnes . .»*■<-. 

n-rtrou Legacy, Cora , 



155.29* 
3.52C.1S 
18-33* 
G0S.34 



S MS6-35 

FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 

< 'artec r Registry . - ? 12,452/74 

La. Arthritis Foundation LSO 

National Council of Jewish Women 197.10 

Sundry Donations . ,.. 41*673.24 

Federal t! rant- Child Uev. Study .-.-.. 176,681.56 



?231,00M4 



4,655.29 
3,062.28 



• Bed Fi^ 

A- Schedule n 

B-Schedule i 

C -Accounts Payable 



28,206.09 



$ 56,930.61 $ $. 



$ U?6.50*C 

g6S,45*C 

197.10*C 

425.00 

10,652.25'C 

$ 12.659.30* 



50.00 

760,00 
200.00 



50.00 
750.00 
200.00 

4,500.00 

5,588.41 

21.9S7.il2 

2S,S11.43 

* 1,000.00 I 61,8S6.8e 



$ 11,176.24 
S56.6&* 

42.09t.24 

tflg.OSP.Sl 

$ 21M47.14 



1244.110.92 $2,512,762.52 $ 71,897.50 % 9,459.30*C (490,660.80 $3,309.1*62.441? 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Endowment Funds— Statement of Accumulated Income Balances 

June 30, 1961 



Schedule IV 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 
RESTRICTED 

Children** Bed Endowment 

Ptmd 

Forran Legacy, Jean ....... 

McHuraoy Fund, Alexin* .. 
MlHikin Ak-morhU Fund . . 

r Fund 
Prest Endowment Fund , ... 
Staiif fer- East w iek Fund . , 
Weil, iMiijimd L. & CtarJci* 
Matas Legacy, Dr. Rttd 

Applegate, Alice M 

AlllsJon, Mary Ann . 



Cash 



* 1, 



51 

61 

21,066. 

3,065. 

11,783. 

793. 

11.114 

2,716 

2,448. 

1,170, 

1371. 



UNRESTRICTED 

n Endowment Fund .. 

it Student Loan Fund 

Henderson Fund, Stephen . 

Thilborger, Louise B. 

Wisner Donation, Edward 





Graf berlBe ... 

• 



* 55,321 



.50 
.44* 

,33 
,S4 
34 
,87 
47 
.68 
88 
76 

11 
42 



62,112 
4,080 

21,885 
4,4 if, 

85,508 
L.242 

2,527. 



Bonds 



Notes & 
Accounts 
Stocks Receivable 



97113 $ 



176,480.67 

18J4MJ 

80,089.86 

485.54 

1?>6&&41 



8436 



M4S.22 
1,501,41 



Total 

^2.63 
81.44 • 

106.566,90 

41,907,16 

1.270.41 

87400.84 

2.443,88 
4.rt 18.98 
8,17830 



Notes & 

Accounts 
Receivable 

* 



Unpaid 

Commit* 
merits 



*.. 



8246,512.61 $ 84.48 $ $300,86838 * $ 8,014,63 



¥376,055.41 

62,891,42 

3,10 



10,00 

020.00 

2,527.31 

20,00 

2,500,000 






8»60O.00*B 



8437.178.18 

5,000.00 

40,737.92 

57.4 

134.11 

5396.19 

3,713,41 
3,294,42 



10.00 
820.00 

2,527.31 



112,175,05 

4,200.00 
13,534,47 







Balance 









189, 
ix, 
41 

I 

2 
8 4 
4. 
3, 



,279.41 
,100*04 

716.68 

613.98 
172.60 



84843ft.ll 
1,080,00 

34,010.61 

120,640.38 

762a 
L8.41 



129,90932 965*1. 



071.01 












X 
> 

30 



X 

o 

7. 

I 

> 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT S9 

Schedule IV-A 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Commitments 

June 30, 1961 

Dibert Fund 

A-36 Alterations to the Basement Cold 

Storage Room $ 6,719-46 

A- 37 $3 T 3S0.00 worth of intensifying 

screens, felts & cassettes 1,470*59 

A-38 New Dictating Equipment 8.9S5.00 $12,175.05 

Henderson Fund 

A-2 Stand-by Generator- Automatic % 4,200,00 4,2" 

McBurney Fund 

A-12 Small Equipment -Lung Station- 

Dr, John Seabury * 1,578.69 

A- 14 Contract -Study Settlement of An* 

nex to Colored T. B. B)dg 1,000.00 

A-18 Equipment for Lung Station-in\ 

John Seabury 1,937.94 

A-23 Bathroom W Dibert Building,..., 2,700,00 7,21*5.63 

Lapeyre- 
Miltenberger Fund 

A-2 Two Friedrichs, % ton O. S. Air- 

Conditioning Units , $ TSS.00 798.00 

Winner Donation 

A-ll Dental Equipment $11,927.47 

A-18 Solution Room 1,60 7. OP 13,534.47 

TOTAL* COMMITMENTS g87.S24,15 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds — Comparative Statement of Income 

For the Periods July I, — June 30, 1961 and I960 



Schedule V 



Total 

TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS June 

1961 


Iutetert 


Kent 


Umm RtDUl 


Royaftjea 


Dividend! 


DCMtfeM 

and tiaUry 


Total 


Total 
7/l/»u> 
6'30/60 


Ittcraea* 

UWMK* 


Rttmucno 

OiiidrMn Bud Kndowtront Fund I 565.67 


f 921.38 
1,637 H 
1.63ft. 58 
9,4*6 73 

72.05 

9,817.70 

802.*3 


f 


I 


8 


t 


6 3.960,00 


1 4.961.34 

26.037 m 

1,639 50 

l,e§4 U 

72 05 

10.166 45 

H02 53 

618 00 

3U 80 

BIO H 

431.5ft 


f 4.513 33 
16,2*0.71 

1.662,21 
7.; 
ft], 05 

616 oo 

347.00 

706.59 


S 33806 


MrBunit y Fund. Akin,* & 


2. 77ft. 32 
164 35 

1,427.18 

1.31 

I.6CH.M 

n n 

lg.oo 

.15* 

123,00 
2.8l» 


20.000.00 








Miutten Manorial Fund... 
Uvm-mtMhm Fwd ....... 










814.91 
U 62* 








70.60 




R«t Endowment Fund , .,, 










2.382.9ft 

19 <x>* 


MiUa tlflfNK 1*. Uqiicdph . , . ... 

% *i T Kmannel L and ( 'laxkfl. , 








346.75 
148 06 




J1.09 


An&le«ale, Alice M , 

flo&l&rvfaaKund. 


344.80 










***MI\W 


01 ,w 
275.00* 


Alttoee Lepey, M«y Am, .,,, 


56.69 


375.00 










1 8,000.00 


f 2ft. 188.03 


f 70,375.00 


1 .. 


I. 


f 1,067.25 


t 4,829.07 


1 54.460.25 


t 50,412 31 


f 3.047 n 








weft Endowment Ftimi 


1 17,515,77 
766 us 

I in 00 

72.412.27 

15 24* 

.20* 

321.7a 

18.53* 


f 80. 436.70 
430 ,11 

t 138 u 

z r oo 

192,61 
07 1 , 37 


1 1.200.00 
11.661,87 


6 2,548,01 


1 24,830.09 | 


1 13,004,33 


f 3.750.00 


6(28.760. 25 
12. Ill 98 

05,603.72 
192 64 
690 93 

1,381.2ft 
674 19 


1116,071.06 

I if. 315. 15 

1.756.38 

10,113.66 

199 64 

1,268.10 
674,47 j 




Keodcrion Legacy, ftepjW ...... 


1 12,638.27 

40 00* 
85.490.07 


ThUbortcf Uincy, Louie*, . , 










Warner Donation, Kd*ard 


4,422.00 


89,178.00 






Lwui Lertty, Mane .,,.„., 








Tert/tKi Ukmv . Con 










816.81 


616 81 
123. VJ 


Graf Legacy, Caibtrbe 














f 91 .211.7* 


186,821.52 


t 12,061.87 


1 6,070.01 


VI16.008.00 


t 13,995.33 


f 4.556 Ml 


1241.323.66 


6142,449.49 


* 98,874 17 


urn OnnQiURi 
CiJnoef Etadefry . . 


t 1,507.21 

1,818.96 

315,00 

2,555.00 

8$,42ft.OO 


$ 


t 


% 


f .. 


1 


132,6*0.71 

3,780 IKJ 
19.113.78 

419,689.00 


6 33 T 680.71 

19,112.76 

419,539.00 


§35,967.99 
16,423.65 
6,706.110 

392,725.00 
9.138.89 


1 3.2s 

3,219.3ft 

76.00 

4,380.73* 

£6,814.90 


UxrifiinJja ArtJiritin Fnqnda: 1 
























• : 












J-edcfa] 1 












l-cdend IttMareh QnaA 














t '') t' r y({ Ml 


........ 





Total 




1116,009,65 








1 15,062 66 1 














s 
o 

s 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds Comparative Statement of Expenditures 

For the Periods July 1, — June 30, 1961 and I960 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 


Total 
June 
1061 


Salaries 


IrM'l i 
Pali- 

WeUare 


and 
M*Ln1 

HuitdiiiK mid 
Equipment 


Sundry 


Capital Ex- 
penditures 


Total 
7/1/30 to 


Total 
6 30/00 


hirreau 

n 
Decrease* 


Restricted 


t 


$ 


I 


1 23.54 
2.055,37 
3,756.13 


1 153.06 
4,501,47 

ioii' 


I. ... 

20,550.81 
768,00 


t 102.5* 
31,215.30 
4,553.12 
4,776.30 


% 1 129.08 
11.305,99 
3,633.45 
1.105,04 

154.27 

1,80 

191.30 

115.44 

1.847.64 


3 036.58* 


McBumey Fund, Alexins 8. , ,, + . + h ............. . 


1,077.93 
375.70 
435,09 


4,008.74 




0.810 40 




2.120.33* 


Stfttiiftr-lCaiitH kY Fiiii J 

M illiken Menwriul Fund. - ...-•■•■« 




HAM 


3.329.74* 








917.20* 


Applegiitp, Aliee M . * 






1.86* 
191.30* 
93 94* 


1 Lilians Foundation 1 und ,..,.,. * 








21.50 






21.50 
1.301.02 


Social Service' 1 <■ i .■ . ■ 


70.73 




1.301.02 






546.82* 




$ 2.568.50 


3 4.098.71 


f 6,133.03 


1 5, SCO. 55 


1 •I.6S1.0-1 


1 21,357.81 


1 42,140.07 


f 40 571.27 f 1,569.70 


UHUfcUTRirTM* 


t 4,203.91 
25.34 
4ftfl.77 

28,000.00 


f 


1.... ....... 


f 12.714 35 


1 5,603.31 

338.89 

328,59 

27,942.50 


1 70.723.13 


f 08,151. 00 

38SJ9 

5.620 JT 

27,043.50 


1108,662.08 
524.58 
3,H 

50,747 OS 

402.28 

18,74 

102.83 


t 10,500.90* 








33E W* 












1,987.03 










22. 804. 58* 












402 28* 


















18.74* 


Sundry Donalioni 










135.00 


1.00 


135.00 


33.17 




1 32,700,08 


3 .... 


f 5.301.08 


1 12,744.35 


3 34,438.30 


170,724.13 


$132,207,95 


1164.200,03 


1 11,001 or 








1 EtJERAL ASU OtBER G AANTO 


♦ 2. MS. 45 
1.713.3G 


1 23,106.72 


t, 


f 4.03 


1 5,12*. 33 


1 223.38 


| 28,458.51 
20,400 60 


3 31,624.42 
10,423.55 
3 t 705 00 
18.733.00 
31. 725.52 
343,012.81 


1 3,165.91* 






4.076.04 












75,00 












7,230.03* 








21,912.10* 


Federal Gnmt-Child Development Study 










63,815 61* 










t 507.85 


171,100.70 


i 0,654. ye 


3358.202.76 


1450.274.40 


$ 91,081 73' 










f 62,240.35 


1280,947.90 


I 11,440.01 


t 19,202.75 


1110,314. 12 


3110.735.90 


3532. 641, 6Sa 


3655,045.79 


3122.104,11' 



•Red 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Trust Funds — Bond Investments 

June 30, 1961 



Schedule VII 



Rale of 
Interest 

TRUST FUNDS 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 3 % 

r. s. Treasury Bonds . , 2% % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds ..*......*. 3% % 

U. S, Treasury Bonda ,....,,*,><,•*.•-. 4 % 

l". S. Treasury Bonds 4 % 

U. S- Treasury Bonds , , . . . 3% % 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

t\ S Ti-i ■.-isury Bonds ■■ ,, 314% 

r. & Tr> nsiuy Bond* 3 % 

i . S, Treasury Bonds %*k% 

0, S. Treasury Bonds 2H % 

City of x<vv Orleans Upper Pontalba Bldg. 

Refinancing 3 % 

Parian of Calcasieu School District #30 3 % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds , . . 2% % 

V\ a Treasury Bonds .... 2* 

Is 2%% 

;iry Bonds . 

l\ 



Date of 


Par 


Maturity 


Value 


2/15/95 


* 10,000.00 


2/15/70 


1,500,00 


2/15/65-67 


6,000.00 


2/15/62 


3,500.00 


5/15/62 


s r ooo.oo 


67 






$ 30,500.00 


S3 


? 201.000.00 


L715/95 


£00.04 


3/15/71 


11.000.00 


3/15/70 


20.000.00 


4/ 1/63 


is r ooo.oo 


2/ 1/71 


20,000.00 


9/15/72 


24,500,00 


0/15/69 


105.0uu.un 


9/15/61 


18,00 


12/15/68 




12/16/M 


,000.00 


11/16 






000.00 







Investments 
Book Value 



Principal 



Income 



Trust 
Receipt 



9,603.90 $ 2012 

IS,\54 971.13 1435 

6,052.93 1*24 

3,503.20 .......... 2435 

2,988.45 2822 

6,518.75 , . . , , . 3144 

29,152.86 $ 971.13 

199,753.62 $,_ 2037 

292,438,92 , 2013 

11.000,00 ,♦.« 1857 

20.056.C5 1434 

18,000,00 .. ... 1421 

20,G89,4B 1355 

24,500,00 ....,..,,. 1352 

:5,18 3,952.96 1339 

13,000.00 1337 

34,872.12 1336 

49,816.85 1336 

.... 
no, 



Q 

X 

i 

N 

z 
o 

2 
> 

r 



r S, Treasury Bonds 4 

r. s. Treasury Bonds 4 % 

l T . S> Treasury Bonds 3 

Stephen Henderson Legacy 

l T . S. Treasury Bonds . 2 

IX S, Treasury Bonds , ... 2^% 

Alexina Sinclair McBurney Fund 

U. S. Tres si] ry Bunds , 2Vk% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds . 2%% 

S, Treasury Bonds 2 % % 

U. S. Treasury Honda 2%% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 4 % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds , . . . 2*& % 

tr, S, Treasury Bonds . t 4 % 

U. B, Treasury Bonds 3%% 

Milliken Memorial Fund 

U. S- Treasury Bonds >;...*.. . . 3 % 

U. a Treasury Bonds '..„„.,.. 2% % 

Louisiana Building Authority Bonds ...... 2%% 

Calcasieu Parish School District #22 , 3%% 

u. s. Treasury Bonds . . . 4 % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 4 % 

tT. S. Treasury Bonds . . . 3% % 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Fund 

U. S. Treasury Bonds ....... 3 % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds ..... 2% % 

V, S. Treasury Bonds 2^ % 

IL S. Tres sury Bonds , %% % 

Calcasieu Parish School District #22 .. Z%% 





• utO.OO 


10/ 1/69 


.00 


hr | 


000.00 


5/15/62 


75.000.00 


1.1/15/87 


S23.600.00 




$2,384,500.00 


8/15/70 


% 4,600.00 


VI f 15/68 


12,000,00 




* 16.500.00 


3/15/70 


% 10.000,00 


12/15/72 


3,000.00 


12/15/72 


18,000.00 


12/15/72 


600.00 


2/15/62 


14,000.00 


9/15/72 


40,000.00 


LQ 


53,000.00 


11/15/67 


40,000.00 




% 184,600.00 


2/15/95 


% 4.U0o.0i> 


&/1B/72 


2,700.00 


12/ 1/66-68 


30,000.00 


2/15/68 


3,000,00 


10/ 1/69 


1,000,00 


10/ 1/69 


6,000.00 


11/15/67 


20,500.00 




$ 66,200.00 


2/10/95 


$ 59,500.00 


9/15/72 


1.000.00 


9/15/72 


25.600.00 


9/15/61 


2,000.00 


12/15/69-72 


7,000,00 



373.272,00 
:. £136.03 

131.231.50 

74.708.97 

284,145.06 40,018.17 2145 

$1,902,115.49 $375,055.41 



S... % 4.368.51 1439 

11,956.14 1359 

$ 1 0.334.65 

$ % 9,711.23 1436 

; 3.000,00 1307 

18,146.40 1300 

. 500.00 1365 

14,013.12 UZ1 

3L\944.2fc 2W2 

.... M. 134.15 2699 

46,040.41 3146 

. 1175,489.57 

I 3.841-55 §. 2015 

2.705.32 137L> 

il.LH 10,157.09 I 

1.518.61 l,518.fil 1370 

., 964,79 ^701 

4.S23.97 2700 

20,040.41 500.00 3147 

j 50,466.45 $ 16,845,31 

$ 57.HS.14 $ 2014 

1,004,24 1384 

25,536.28 1383 

2.000.00 1380 

7,170.52 137S 



Schedule VII (Continued) 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Trust Funds — Band Investments 



June 30, 1961 



Rate of 
Interest 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Fund (Continued) 

u. s. Treasury Bonds , 4 % 

tL S. Treasury Bond* , i" 

U. S. Treasury Bunds 4 % 

i s Treasury Bcmda . .. 4 % 

Preat Endowment Fund 

U. S, Treasury Bonds , . 2 % % 

U. S. Treasury Bond* 3% % 

Stauffer-Eastwick Fund 

U. S. Treasury Bonds .,.. . a 1 !-; 

tJ. S> Treasury Bonds . 2^4% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds . . 2%% 

U. B. Treasury Bonds . 4 % 

Southern Pacific Co.. Oregon Lines 1st 

rtgiige Bonds 4*4 % 

» !ity of New Orleans Corporate Stock Transit 

Unification Bonds 3 % 

American TeL & Tel Co., %% 

U, 8. Treasury ; ^% 



Date of 
Maturity 


Par 

Value 


2/15/6^ 

ft/15/72 

10/ 1/69 

5/15/62 


% 7,500.00 
'IT. 000.00 
26,000.00 
55,000.00 




* 250,500.00 


3/15/70 
11/15/67 


$ 500.00 
3, 500.00 




$ 4,000.00 


6/15/83 

3/15/70 

12/15/72 

2/15/62 


$ 82,000,00 

15.000,00 

5,000.00 

16 r OOO.0O 


3/ 1/77 


5,000.00 


6/ 1/SO 

8/ 1/80 


2,000.00 



Investments 

Book Value Trust 

Principal Income Receipt 

? MMffi $ 6,004.69 2435 

65,181,66 2661 

25,084.67 2702 

54, 797,03 ,....,.... 

t 206,335.22 > 80,089,36 

S $ 485.54 14JO 

3,510.11 «.... 3148 

» 3,510.11 $ 485.54" 

I 81,491.52 $ 2036 

Li, 7 11.90 4,855.00 1437 

4,997.06 1305 

8,007.50 8,007.50 2433 

Kh!)7 1392 

IS8J1 ]BJ 

4,827.80 1390 

1 1,474.76 






X 
o 

a 

M 

H 
lb- 



lift •' 

l \ 8. Treasury Bands 4 % 

V. S, Treasury Bonds *%% 

Louise Bartels Thilborger Legacy 

U, S. Treasury Bonds . 2hk% 

U. S, Treasury Bonds ,... 2^% 

O. S. Treasury Bonds . • . • 4 % 

Edward Wisner Donation 

XL S, Treasury Bonds . . 2%% 

XT. S, Treasury Bonds 2^4% 

Calcasieu Parish School District #22 3%% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds . *, 2^% 

U. S, Treasury Bonds * • * 4 % 

Rudolph Matas Legacy 

U, 3. Treasury Bonds ...#**** 3 % 

Alice M, Applegate 

U. S, Treasury Bonds ., ■ - 2%% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds ■ . . , 2% % 

U. 3. Treasury Bonds 4 % 

XL B. Treasury Bonds 3% % 

Mary Ann Allison Legacy 

U. S, Treasury Bonds 4 % 

Marie Hortense Lieux Legacy 

Calcasieu Parish School District #22 3*&% 

Calcasieu Parish School DIst Hct #22 .. 3^% 



10/ I 

5/15/62 
11/11 




42,006.00 
1,500.00 

559,500,00 


I. 


4i,Ki 
J. 500.00 
230,221.53 


* 


: <>: 


2704 
2825 
3149 






$ 17.6S6.47 


11/15/61 

• 68 

2/15/62 


* 


38.000.00 

5,000.00 

10,000,00 


* . 




$ 


38,000.00 
4.982.04 
10,uo9-tt 


2098 
mi 
2434 




I 


53,000,00 


* - 




$ 


52,991.42 




3/15/70 

11/15/68 

2/15/73 

ft/15/72 

10/ 1/69 


$ 


1,500.00 
10,000,00 

1,000.00 
10,000.00 
29,000.00 


*■ 




I 


1,466,67 
9,363.78 
1,031.14 
X, 236.07 
27,979,06 


1441 
1410 
1403 
2665 
2705 








% 


51,500.00 


¥ 




$ 


48.666.72 




2/15/W 


1 


26,000.00 


f 


24,968.66 


I 




201C 


3/15/70 

9/15/72 

2/15/62 

11/16/67 


$ 
$ 


2,000.00 
10,000.00 

l p 000.00 

500.00 

13,500.00 


% 


10,051.69 


* 


1,942.28 


1438 
1411 
2423 
3143 


1,000.94 

500.00 

3.443.S2 








* 


10,051.69 


2/15/62 


* 


1,500.00 


$ 




1 


1,501.41 


2435 


2/15/74 
2/15/75 


I 


2,000,00 
4,000.00 


1 


2,066.66 
2,588.63 


I 


1.553.16 


1113 
1413 




1 


6,000.00 


* 


4,665.29 


* 


1,553.16 





Schedule VII (Continued) 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Trust Funds — Bond Investments 

June 30, 1961 



Rate of 

Interest 

Sundry Donations Unrestricted 

Calcasieu Parish School District #22 au<£ 

Calcasieu Pariah School District #22 /.].['.[[ %%% 

Catherirv A. Graf Legacy 

& Treasury Bonds ™» 

U. 8. Treasury Bonds -..V.V,,i% 

Cora Tertrou Legacy 

U. B, Treasury Bonds 4 « 

U. S. Treasury Bonds \\\\\ - , m 

U. S, Treasury Bonds . . , ' 2 j?2 

U. S. Treasury Bonds ..>..,. " " " " ' 4 2 
u, S. Treasury Bonds . , 4 ^ 



GBAND TOTAL 



Date of 

Maturity 

2/15/73 
2/15/73 



9/15/72 
2/15/62 



2/15/62 
~;/67 

8 15/72 
10/ 1/69 



Par 
Value 



2.UIHLU0 



22,000.00 



Investments 
Book Value 



Principal 



Income 



Trust 

Receipt 



1,000.00 | 

1,000.0(1 



12,000,00 $ 
10.000.00 



6,50000 $ 
",00 
17,000,00 
8,000.00 
1,000,00 . 
$ 34,600.00 "| 

$3,406,200.00 



^3L14 !..„ ]4 n* 

1.031-14 ins 

2,002,23 $ .. . . 

11.O07.&7 $......,.. 1414 

10,009.33 

22.006.S5 ?,..,.. 

4,504. U01,88 24S6 

l.m.20 1789 

14,001.31 26 64 

W1&86 2706 

- ■■■^ 964.79 

23,206.00 $ 2,506.67 

12,512,752.52 $743,070.54 



o 

■-Hi 

r 
o 
to 

2 

T 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



97 



Schedule VII (Continued) 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Trust Funds — Bond Investments 



June 30, 1961 



Par 

SUMMARY Value 

Children's Bed Endowment ,,..., $ 30,500.00 

Dibert Endowment Fun<3 2,3S4.S0O.00 

Stephen Henderson Legacy 16,500.00 

Alexina Sinclair McBurney Fund 184,500.00 

Miluken Memorial Fund - - . - 66,200.00 

Laj^yre-MUtenberger Fund 250,500.00 

F Endowment Fund 4,000.00 

Ter-Bastwick Fund 259,500,00 

Louise Bart els Thilborger 

Ugaoy - 53,000,00 

d Wiener Donation 51,500.00 

ftidolph Matas Legacy , . , . . 26,000.00 

Alice M. Applegate 13,500.00 

Maty Ann Allison Legacy 1,500.00 

Marie Hortenae Lleus Legacy . . 6,000.00 

♦Sundry Donations Unrestricted . . 2,000,00 

Catherine A. Graf ., 22,000,00 

Cora Tertrou Legacy 



INVESTMENTS 
Book Value 



Principal 

$ 29,152.86 
1,902,115.49 



50,466.45 
205,335.22 
3,510.11 
280,22 



24.968,66 
10,051.59 

4,655.29 

2,062.28 

• >6.95 

28,206.09 



Income 

9U.13 

375,055,41 

16,324.65 

17MS9.57 

15,g45,Sl 

30.0S9.36 

485.54 

17,686.47 

52,991.42 
4S,666.72 

"3,443,22 
1,501.41 
1,553.16 



8,066.67 



$3,406,200.00 $2,512,752.52 $ 743,070-54 



n CHAKITY HOSPITAI^l&SG-I&Cl 

Schedule VIII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Stock Ownership, Trust Fund Investments 
June 30, 1961 

TRUST FUND ACCOUNT Principal |nc*m« 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

'iorifll American Bank of New Orleans 1,000 Shares f 12,750. 00 

Dibert, Bancroft & Koes Co,, Ltd , 380 Shares S8.00a.00 

f50,T50.0O 

Lapeyre-Miitenberger Fund 
Southdown Sugars, Inc, . . 94 Shares S 140.00 

Weil Legacy, Emanuel L. and Clarice 

I'nion Savings &. Loan Association 50 Shares $ 5,000.00 

Hibernia Homestead Association .,.,,,.. 50 Shares 5,000.00 

Guaranty Savings and Homestead Assn. 50 Shares 5,000,00 

First Homestead & Savings Assn S Shares >,00 

$15,500.00 

Stauffer-Eaatwick Fund 
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey.,,, 150 Shares f 4,987,50 
Standard Oil Company of New Jersey 5 Shares 220,00 

$ 5,207.50 
TOTAL STOCK INVESTMENT 

JUNE 30, 19*1 $71,897,50 $ 34.4? 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 99 

Schedule IX 
CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Bond Liquidation Fund 
June 30, 1961 

CASH — National American Bank, 
6/30/60 $ 1 47.82 

INVESTMENT IN SECURITIES 
$237,000.00 U. a Treasury Bills Due 

LB/60 ,.,.$ 231,007,85 

SL'30,000,00 XL S. Treasury Bills Due 

9/29/60 . , 228,779,08 459,786.^3 

BALANCE IN FUND— JUNE 30, 

1960 ■- S 459,934.75 

CASH BALANCE JULY 1 r 1960 $ i4t£l 

RECEIPTS 
Proceeds from U. S. Treasury Bills 

" urinff , $ 459,786.93 

Interest earned on Investments 14,217.90 

Revenue from Louisiana Franchise 

Tax * ■ ■ 500,000,00 Jl.274,004,83 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE PLUS 

RECEIPTS Sl t 274,l5*.65 

LESS: Disbursements 
Retirement of Bonds 

1936 Issue paid 10/15/60 $ 200,000,00 

1938 Issue paid , . 194,000.00 $ 394,000.00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds 

1936 Issue paid 10/1 a/60 $ 27,686.00 

1038 Lisue paid 8/ 1/60 38,249,75 

1938 Issue paid 1/22/61 . , , 34,515,25 

1936 Issue paid 3/14/61 24,185,00 124,635,00 

Transferred to Charity Hospital — 

rating Fund 286,684,46 

m m I ssion paid — Han dl inff bond 

coupons , , , 132,1*4 

»r $469,000.00 U. S. Treas- 
ury Bin * . 467,056.72 £1,272,509.12 

H BALANCE JUNE 30, 1961.. $ 1,643.53 
.\UD — Investment in XL S, Treas- 
ury EiHs . ,., 4t>7,05ft.T3 

$ 468,700,25 
DEDUCT: 
Reserve for Retirement of Bonds 
and Interest 

ItHtJrement 1936 Issue 10/15/61 ,,f 208,000.00 
Retirement 1938 Issue 8/ 1/61 . , 202,000,00 | 410,000,00 

Interest 1936 Issue 10/15/61 ,$ 24,185.00 

rest 1938 Issue 8/1/61 34,515,35 58,700.25 $ 468,700,25 

UNENCUMBERED FUND BAL- 
ANCE, JUN E 30, 1961 ,., $. 



•AK1TY H05PITAI^-1H<M961 



Schedule X 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Bond Obligations, June 30, 1961 

Serial Bond*— 1936— .03&— $2,134,000,00 



a" IS ?- %v 






5O S< go _* 

si 

HO. 

1901 9 208,000.00 | . S 24,185,00 £ 1. 

*5.00 25S 

1903 IS, 747.50 I€ ( 7- 

1964 236,000*00 12 t 70S -2,50 

1*61 246,000,00 8,662.50 8,6*;: 

im 249.000.00 4,357.50 4,3:- 

♦1,382,000.00 $ 83,105,00 I 87 , 290.00 $!}. 
Serial Bond*— 1938— .0385— $2^29.000.00 



Year 

1961 

Lfttt 

1963 

1064 

lite 

1066 

1967 



11 3 




en 




«d 


c „ 


« * 


<U a) 




3 c 


U 3 

CLQ 


li 






t-Q. 


202,000.00 $ » . 




$ 34,515.25 


6 




2fi9.OO0.0O 


30,626.75 


16.75 






217,000.00 


26,602.50 


26,603.50 






225,000,00 


22,42G.2r* 


22,4 






234,000.00 


18,096,00 


^5.00 






243,000.00 


13.590,50 


lXo 90,50 






252.000.00 


8,912.75 


8,912.75 






211.000,00 


4.066.75 


4.066.75 






11,793,000.00 6 


124,321.50 


$ 158.8S6.75 


$L 


.076 T i 



REPORT OF PURCHASING DKPALITMKXT * 101 

ANNUAL REPORT 

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

This is the report of the Purchasing Department for the year ending 
June 30, 1961. 

There were 19,85£ purchase orders, purchase order changes and purchase 
written flaring the twelve month period. This represents 
a decrease of 1.8% below the previous year. 

At the close of the year the Department was operating with ten 
t*mp)o; 

All specifications, purchase orders and contracts for all supplies and 
Eces for the use of the Hospital were written by the Department with 
the exception of major construction or alteration projects on which the 
services of professional engineers and architects were obtained. 

All orders and contracts were awarded to the lowest responsible bidders 
on a competitive basis. The service of various inspection and testing agencies 
were as^in utilized to assure compliance with certain specifications* 

There were several changes made in the interest of better purchasing 
for the Hospital. 

In addition to those items normally inspected upon receipt, gasoline was 
added and paint was purchased in thousand gallon lots for laboratory analysis 
to receive the benefit of the best for the price paid. 

The purchase of garments and uniforms from the Louisiana State Peni- 
tentiary was begun under a new manufacturing program by the Penitentiary 
and the first delivery was satisfactory, It Is my hope that this program will 
improve to become mutually beneficial. 

Blood grouping and typing sera were advertised on an annual basis 
and the prices received indicated a savings of approximately 25% in addition 
to the time and labor saved, 

The renovation of mattresses on a contractual basis has resulted In lower 
unit prices and prompt service without the necessity of individual bids. 

The purchase of drugs, other than those listed on the contract by the 
Division of Administration, on a quarterly basis has produced considerable 

ogs in time and has resulted in fewer emergencies from the Pharmacy 
Department, 

An annual bid was held for furnishing* papers and chemicals for various 
reproducing machines which resulted in lower unit costs and savings in 
time for the departments having photocopying machines. 

Contract forms were amended to correspond to those used by the Division 
of Administration and there are no forms exclusively for our use, Requests 
for quotations were changed to register with the bid tabulation sheets, 
thereby eliminating one typing operation. 

Surplus commodities received from the Food Distribution Sectiun of the 
S'tate Department of Education were as follows: 

Rice . . . ...... . ........ , 23,800 lbs. 

Hardwheat flour . . . ♦ * . . . . 120,000 lbs. 

Dried milk . . . 17,700 lbs. 

Butter . , . 34316 lbs. 

Corn meal 2,500 lbs* 

Lard S.640 lbs. 

Dried e£gs - ■ - . ..*• 675 lbs. 

Boned chicken . . * . - .5,830 lbs. 

Frozen lamb . , . . . . 32 p 9es lbs. 



*U2 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1 960- 1 961 



The market value of these commodities was $57408.15, an Inert- - 
$-Kv553.88 above the value of thoKe received the pervious year. 

The operation of the Purchasing Department is a reflection of th 
fldence and considerations received from the Director's office. It wotil 
be possible to function efficiently without the cooperation of tht? Depar 
Heads of the Hospital and the dependability of several individual c-i 
01 the Department who have been here many years, 

Very truly yours, 

/a/ GEORGE A, SANDERSON, JK* 

George A. Sanderson, Jr, 
Purchasing Agent 
gas/ay 



>HT OP PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 1GS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

Yearly Report to the Director 

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

Surmounting numerous difficulties, the Board of Administrators insti- 
tuted several improvements in the Hospital: 

1. A new pay scale was put into effect for the School of Nursing-, bring- 
ing salaries paid In those unclassified positions more in line with the 
salaries paid elsewhere In the Hospital, 

2. Special entrance rates of pay were secured for Bakers XL Cardio- 
pulmonary Technicians I, Graduate Xurses I, II and III, Medical 
Laboratory Technologists I and II f Physical Therapists I and II, and 
X-Ray Technicians I and II. 

3. Studies were made preparatory to placing employees in the Collabora- 
tive Child Development Program under State Civil Service, and 

4. The preparation of identification cards for all employees of the 
Hospital was n earing completion. 

On the State level, the following changes were introduced Into the 
pi tat: 

1. Revisions in concepts for the Medical Social Worker and Psychiatric 
Social Worker series were made by the State Civil Service Com- 
mission. These two series were combined Into one new series, that 
of Clinical Social Worker. 

2. At the direction of the Governor, salary adjustments were made for 
3,474 employees of the Hospital on the first of the year, and 

3. Provisions of the State Withholding Tax Law were put Into effect 
on January 1, 1961. 

Employees of the Hospital also came in for special honors during the 
year: 

1. Miss Patricia Sallas, from our Pathology Department, was one of 
nine recipients in the State of the Charles E, Dunbar, Jr. Career 
Service Award. Two other Hospital employees, Miss Mae Knob loch 
and Dr. Marion Hood (Ph. D.>, received honorable mention for this 
award, 

2. Six employees of the Hospital were awarded Outstanding Service 
Ratings in March. These employees are: 

Mrs. Maude Bowen 
.Mrs. Marie Bradley 
Mr. Cliff Darby 
Air. Clarence Gutdry 
S\y* t Judy Le Blanc 
Mr Albert O'Brien 

Extra step Increases were given to each of these employees in recog- 
nition of this honor. 



CHARITT HOSPITALr— 191 

Thi* htm been a most progn ki r and has been one In which 

rtment hoa enjoyed the oomplel it Ion an<i 

rdHtratlon and all taff. 

-fully submittfd. 

/■/ CHARLES C. STtfBTEVA 

i les t\ Sturtevanf 
ruoimel Director 
F 

June 3») f 1<MS1 



ANNUAL REPORT— AMBULANCE SERVICE 
July I, 1960— June 30, 1961 



DATE 


Amb, Xo. 1 


Amb. No. 2 


Amb. Ko. 3 


Arab. Mo. 4 


Amb. Ho. 5 


AmK No. 6 


Arab. No. 7 


Arab. No, 8 


Toisla 


Calls 


Mil* 


Call* 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Mill* 


t'iillfi 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calk 


Miles 


Calls 


hUh 


Call* 


Miles 


I960 






183 
211 
202 
64 
90 
43 


1,415 
1.901 
1.935 

1,171 

2,735 


m 


l.fiTQ 


51 
9S 
88 

201 

11" 
107 

204 
116 

m 
m 

147 


751 
535 

1 Btf 

725 

i.827 

987 

1,570 

1,566 

1,230 


242 
273 

m 

200 
178 
393 

|A4 

239 
23 L 
22U 
ICO 


l.HW 
1,876 

1.481 

1,949 

1.879 
1 ,293 

1 , 7 <7 
l t 782 


IW 
2 S3 
193 

2 IS 

17':' 

2 \t\ 

2-11 
309 
189 
Li 
243 
226 


1.190 
3,185 

1,484 

r row 

1.495 

i, m 

1 ,445 

i ,m 

2,359 


17 


131 


85 
52 


575 
417 


910 
949 

509 

589 
807 
913 
851 

748 


7,190 









7,209 


September 






■m 

17G 
181 

u 
ss 

I',i7 
184 
HO 


1 , LSI 
1,416 

1 . toe 

1,509 

348 

546 

l.LV. 

1,3*5 

1,093 






B B83 


October 










:.:hi 


November t 














6 77S 
















8.897 


19SL 














5,835 


February , 


m 

6 
3 
7H 

m 


HA 

28 
1,785 


IS! 
89 

81 

7$ 


2.372 
787 

1,397 










7,2'H 


April. 

May. ... 

June 












2 


42 

20 












6 509 


















Totals, . 


332 


2.972 


1,225 


H.8&3 


1.S4& 


11,044 


1,717 


13 t^; 


2,061 


81,097 


2,565 


2D,?to 


23 


m 


137 


992 


10*108 


86,542 



STATEWIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 



DATB 



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July ....... 

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1 V.-,ti.U r 




1991 
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Aob. Nfl. BW-1 


Amb. N 


Utility Car 


TotaU 


DATE 


Call* | Mites 


Call* | Mils 


Calls 1 


Miles 


Call! 


Mite 


juiy,, ;:;.;;; 

AllRUBt 

September . * .......... 

o«4ib«- _„....-.... - /.','.y_y_ '_'.'.[ 

November.. ,-.♦.-,..... .. .*.*.. 

December. ......,.-.*.».. ■ - 

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January , 

February , , ,. , , - ■*»■•« 

Match IV////™V.IV.""*1I 

May .7. !!!!!!"-"' 

June .*.*...., - * 

Tor *I4 , . . . * - ■ * 


1 
3 

2 

2 


239 
289 

337 


6 
A 

e 


2,082 

1,507 
1,312 
1,334 


I 

3 

6 
4 


I.lSfl 

i.tei 

600 


14 
12 
13 

H 
12 


3,350 
2 t 409 

a ,mi 

2.377 


8 


1.323 


34 


7,626 


,3 


4,741 


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I \\:vyy I 961 

ANNUAL REPORT 

SISTERS' DIVISIONS 

July 1, 1960 — June 30 f 1961 

The annual reports four depa prising- the Sis- 

eping and Nursing Service Departmi i the 

>] of N ursine g submitted in detail by each of the departments. 

In summary, the activities of the Bisters* Division during the past t 
year are herewith respectfully •ubmll 

A number of chunks tool e staffing of the S 

durir, i to Charity Hospital are Sister Regis, si 

Of the Emergency, Admitting and Observation Rooms; Sister Car* 

Radium Ward*; and Slater Mercedes, of the administrative 
staff 1 of Nursing. There were loses to balance thes< 

r Petronilla, beloved supervisor of the Radium "W. 
expired afl ctor in lb 

to i new field of endeavor; and the need for 
isrirs in many of th#* clinical areas is still acute, 

The Sisters hav Ible in professional ac 

They ha,- tion programs >j1" the Nu 

gervs t, iind thoy have attended workshops and ! 

-j enlarge their profess lonal skills. In the 
feaaioi coniribul 

ttinary d< u ir positions, and in the field of hut 

they have sought to glv*' till lal consolation and individual n 

hem as an integral part of their service to the sick. 

1. Dietary Department 

A<< tary Department during: the past n 

year have been worthy of note. The of the administrative stal 

this ' concentrated in two dire* 

which mam mplement each other 

to i a r herapeutlc value of carefully prepared. nally 

adequate, attractively served meals to our patients, nor can we u 
the importance of training graduate dietitians for their Incn 
rule in our present day society. We emphasize tiur belief that we are me, 
a great need in the health field by offering- hospital training to dietH 

During I indents completed their training in the Diet 

Inten ^am. In addition to their elasswnrk and their labors in 

kitchens, dining r- d other Dietary Department areas, the d 

-its, conducted tours of college seniors 
majoring In Enstltntioi :ement t taught classes to student nu 

ta discharged from the hospital, mothers of ; 
patie: and pa: I 1" tnp staff education program 6& 

Nursing Servi- projects and studies of these stu 

ranged from SURVEY :HS AND DISLIK CHARITY 

L PATIENTS, to WORLD PROBLEMS IX INFANT CAJ 

A number of improvements and renovations, and a considers 
of repainting, ce in the various dietary kitchens, dinini 

pants work rooms during the year. Some of the older equiprcn 

refrigeration facilities were t-nlnrged and renovated, and 
food 'ithorized. Nearly three and one-half million mei - 

served during th- patients and are continu 

prepare and serve meai are nutrltlonaliy sound, at 

In the estimation of the director of the Dietary Department, much 
mains to be done before the department can function at 



;LT OF SISTERS' D1VIS! 109 



still great need for the installation erf new and modern equipment in the 

working areas to facilitate and streamline the service of providing i 
quickly and efficiently. We feel t however, that the situation is gi • 
Improved over Last year. 

2, Housekeeping Department 

The Housekeeping Department functioned effectively during the past 

To This department are assigned the often n on -glamorous but 

ays essential tasks of maintaining a hygienic and attractive environment 

for patients, personnel and the public. Efficient operation of the 1! 

keeping Department promotes and encourages the primary program of the 

ltal T which is care of the sick, and the secondary program which 
train and educate those who will carry out the primary program. 

The Housekeeping Department has many and varied responsibilities, 
rig which are the general cleaning of all buildings, window cleaning 
control, mattress sterilization and renovation, and linen supply, Most \*l the 

■ital linens are made and repaired in the sewing rooms and are put Into 
Circulation through the central linen room; In addition, living quarter 
medleal and technical personnel are under thp super, meat 

<>f the departm 

The turnover of personnel in this departmi nt is rather hiph, hut this is 
understandable in that the majority of positions are filled by unskilled workers 
who must be trained after employment Employees \vork a forty-hour, 
five-day work week, and workers on each floor or division are directed by 
a housekeeping supervisor. A housekeeping supervisor and ci always on 

.ends for emergency and essential cleaning 

All in all. the Housekeeping Departi, , be commended for its 

untiring efforts to fulfill all of its obligations and to occupy its proper place 
In the hospital organization. 

3. Nursing Service Department 

For most of the past fiscal year, the Nursing Service l->epartment . 
handicapped by low beginning salaries In Its efforts to reran it professional 
s for the hospital. As a result, the number of nurses on the staff 
decreased during the year with a resultant increase in tin ncm ~ 

profes: i-^nr.l employees engaged in patient care. A generous increase in 
the beginning salaries for professional nursea was effected on April 1. 
and It is hoped that this will stimulate nurses to seek employment and to 
remain on the staff, 

The Xursing Service Department maintained B very effective in- 
edu cation program for professional nurses, practical nurses and 
nurse aides during the year. Separate monthly meetings were held for pro- 
fessional nurses and for practical nur 'urate programs were 
presented to the two groups in an effort to Improve patient care de 
Of nursing personnel. The professional nurse programs stn 
rship, cooperation ami interaction between the Xursing Service f ►. 
ment and other hi lepartments, while the practical nurse programs 
oted primarily to the development of technical skills and the pro- 
DU f,f desirable attitudes. Results of these programs have been gratifying, 
and plans are underway to continue and enlarge this type of training to in- 
clude all classifications of personnel within the department. In addition to 
the above, regular in service training classes were conducted throughout the 
year for practical nurses and for nurse aides, 

4, School of Nursing 

A total of 62 students completed the three-year nursing program of the 
it School of Nursing during the past year. Of this nut; 
however, only nine accepted employment on the Charity Hospital nursing 



11 ii CHARITY HOSPlTAL^I9fiO-i 



staff after graduation, as salaries and other considerations offered by the 

hospital. In and around New Orleans tar exceeeded what was offered here. 

bo the Nursing Service Departmi 

tial nurse po :Hled each year by the members* of our 

^ting C k, much Improvement in this situation this 

and a number of our graduating have already applied for 

on the staff this fall. 

The School of Nursing maintained its state and nal iccredltatton 

this year, and It la scheduled for a revisit from the 

Nursing accrediting team In 19«2. at completion of the first five years of ful! 
dilation. 

On* -f the mewl roblems facing th< I of Nursing at the 

nt time is the lack of nuulifii d instructors for the coming school 
In addition to a chronic shortage In this field, a number of our younger 
Instructor! are leaving to avail themselves of scholarships and other 
portunitles for furthering their education this fall. An infinite amount of 
orientation and training Is r for each new Instructor <>d In the 

1 of Xursln*. and the problem of having these instructor 
Ls disheartening* 

We are grateful for the cooperation and courtesy manifested by the 
adm]t nil times, and we appreciate the confidence placed 

in us by the Board of Administrators and the Administrative Staff of Che 
hospital. 

/«/ SISTER MARGARET 
Direct or -Sisters' Bivis 



5POHT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 111 

NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

ANNUAL REPORT 

July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

Director. Sisters' Divisions 

Sister Margaret, K.N. B.S.. F.A.C.H.A. 

Director, Nursing Rer 

ter Laurence, R.X.. B.& 

Assistant Director, Nursing Service 
Willie B. Mask, R.V., B.8. 

Instructor Sup rvtsors 
Petrous ;:.v 

Janice Quinn, 1: 

Professional Nurse Staff 
Supervisory 

Daughters of Charity . . . . . . . 14 

Supervisors ,. 3 

istant Supervisors . . ,* * 70 

Head Nurses , ...*»..,. 110 

General Dttt) 

Full-time , g4 

Part-time .'..., ,'. & 

Xon -Prof essional Nurse Staff 

Practical Nurses 523 

Psychiatric Aides ■....•............'. 9 

Nurse Aides II and III . . 6S1 

Nurse Aides I , . , . , , ........ . . . . . , 121 

Cent ra l Service Workers 137 

: icai Personnel ..,,,.. + 

M isccllaneous Personnel ...,,.♦.....-.... , , fifi 

The Nursing £ apartment was hard-pressed to meet the deu. 

on professional nursing during the past year. The employment trend of 
professional nurses continued downward and on July 1, mi, the number 
on the staff is less than it has been in many years. A beginning salary 
considerably lower than that offered by other hospitals and agencies in 
New Orleans was a detriment in securing- professional nurse appointments 
to the staff. The Inevitable increase In the non-professional nursing 
Htnff further hampered efforts to attract proj and their 

reluctance tu assume the responsibility for large numb* ski< 

nta under these circumstances is significant, 

To provide enough nursing service and better nursing care, courdlnated 
effort was directed to the in-service educational within the 

nt, A committee for professional nurses and one for practical 
the purpose of broadening thi effec- 

tiveness of these activities and the programs presented were stimulating, 
informative and of practical application. To keep the nurse aides abreast 
rs. Three of the programs were repeated at general meetings 
• his group of employees. The nurse aides also participated in the 
skits that we] the programs for professional and practical 

result of this activity, nursing management on the wards 
has shown evidence of Improvement, personnel and supplies are more effec- 
tively utilized and nurses and nurse aides have a clearer understanding 
of their capabilities in caring for the patients. A news story on the 



H- WILITY H<iSI'n'AL^19tiM901 



pita] in-service training program for r 
w *l* of the Pelican New?, a magazine publ 

by the Louisiana State Nurses tloa. 

ftion through regularly scheduled cl r emplo] 

and nurse aides is continuous and 
development of the tti .. attitudes and skills necessary' & 

rformance. During the past fl 
enrolled in tl and 16 completed the training, Enrollment in 

the ,!e classes totaled 112. with 64 satfsfacl 

the court the Ln- service programs, 

Department * aching a twelve-hour 

r»g procedures to a class of 19 radio chniclan students On 

1, 1961. the Operating Room nursing staff began a training program 

m fcechni fth 9 students enrolled for the course. 

rial and Bnoker T. Washington High School* 
haw affiUatl my Hospital for the clinical 

tl nurse student* ifn School se: 

tor f - -' experience in pediatrics. The Booker T. Washington S« 

jre nine months o 
• n < «>up ( 1\ I the course, and the maj 

*»M the Nursing Service Department. 

Newer techniques in diagnosis and treatment of disease, broadening 
s. and increasing activity in medical research 
ges In the nursing care and needs of the patients 
the Had! urn Department, the nursing service was reorganized in the 

« -rating room and clinic The nursing procedures of ear" 

P* 1 sred. brought up-to-date and ailabl© to the 

nursing personnel, and patients were rearranged in the radium 
facilitate medical and nursing care. Ten nursing service poll 

I and distributed to the nur^ 
and the schools of nui two new records for recording 1. 

1 In use on U Si^ns Sheet and 

Barbiturate Check Sheet, Both have Incra ... tmm- 

In*-' contributed to hi <srses h 

been en to chart mainly negative 

Xur> ' which decreases the amount of time need »djing 

1 the number of Notes in the p. 

and curtains were installed to two female medical units, and roll around 
«*J for many of the war. tven to 

medical staffs in establishing and operating research progr 
this work n 

lecords. 

The nursing service staff participated in the orientation pn 
in the hospital for interns nnd residents, interns, the 

of tire school of nursing, and research teams, interest in 
heaUh *tion was maintained through repres. in 

J*»e rleans Hospital Council, the Louisiana J 

Red n -nt and Disaster Committees, Civil Def. 

grams, the Volunteer Advisory Committee of l 
and activities which pr nursing, , Th ; 

Annual Charles I-;. Dunbar Jr. Career . Awards 

J* a of the n ursine service staff, an h 

;e department. Attendance at workshops for head nurse f, 
team nursing, cardiac nursing and meetings by HospitaJ 

»t the nursing ser, 
sive changes in meeting patient needs, 

Mi « rjf **«■ Premature b nter continued to offer 

nentaion ar irograms to m , d nurse aid 

one practical nurse and one nurse aide 



REPORT OF SIST] 



organized classes hi prematura Infant care. Short or! and d#B 

stration periods were held tor 18 nurses fro tmcnt of \ 

Health, :3 professional nurse students, and 11 practical nurse stu-i- 
The nursing supervisor participated in the program of a p on the 

he Newborn and Premature Infant held in Lafayette, Louisiana, 
requests from hospitals for information on policies and nursing 
'jique in the care of premature infanta were answered, The nursing 
staffs in the Obst Boom, Recovery Room, Pediatric Division and 

Obstetrical Division assisted nurses from other hospital* to acquire 
knowledge and experience in these specialties. 

The Personnel Health Clinic rei at visits for the 

year. Immunization programs for poliomyelitis, iiptberla, tetanus, rmd 
typhoid were conducted with a total of Lool injections given, 

is hereby >x pressed to the administrators of the hospital 
for the action taken to attract professional nurses to the staff. The in- 
v in the h --ginning salaries for professional nurses effective April 1, 
1961, and pro. r maintenance at the hospital for the new graduate 

places the Nursing Servici n1 in a favorable position for recruit- 

ing professional nurses and maintaining Its professional mn - 

Res peet f u 1 1 y s u bm i 1 1 ed. 

SISTEB LAURENCE 

Sister Laurence, R.N., Director 
Nursing Service Department 



11* CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-19G1 

ANNUAL REPORT 
DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
July 1, I960— June 30, 1961 

ACTIVITIES ,\SD ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

Another successful year was completed by the Internship Pro- 

gram In the training- of Interns. Thirteen completed their inierriHhii 
AUfftl nuary 31, 1961, making- a total of IDS since 

<><< ption of the course in 1944* 

The rotation of ses the Dietetic Interns remained the same 

during the past year. 

of the formal class program is as follows: 

1. Orientation — 26 *£ hours — Lectures and Tours. Introduction to Charity 
Hospital And its various departments, 
wiministraUve and Therapeutic Lectures? 113 hours. 

S, Quizzes — 3 hours. 

4. Seminars — 20 houi 

5. Case Studies — 22 hours. 

6. Teaching employees— 28 hours (Classes for full-time and part-time 
Pantry Girls >. 

: Field Trips and Tour*— 17 (10 Outside Charity Hospital), 
8. Yearly Projects— 10, 

After each Intern reports on her yearly Project they are kept on 
in the office of the Director of the Dietary Deportment, 

for 1060-1961. are as follows: 
Topic Intern Advisor 

LI and Methods uf Kami i a Kennard Miss M- 

Alleviating Financial Losses in 
the Dietary Department. 

2, Effective Techniques of Menu Aleli Hernando Mi^Cayer 
manning and Ordering-. 

3. A series of Classes i,, Mothers F. Carrasqulllo 33 Blackburn 
OS Child Nutrition, 

\. Procedure Book for Supervisors. Teresa Devil Her Miss Mercado 

Raw to Deal with the New Patricia Ervin Miss Manning 

Worker. 

• 6. Phenylketonuria, Margaret Hambright Miss Ungham 

7. A Series of Pantry Classes Eleanor Larson 

** & J. Roberts Wm Joan O'Mall* y Miss Cs 

rid Problems in Infant 
re" 

9. Survey of Likes and Dislikes of Linda Smith Mrs. Joyce 

rity Hospital Patients. 

!<► Revision of Discharge Diets Margaret Turn bererer Mrs. Caserta 
Based on New Diet Manual. 



■ ier attached regarding this Project 
** Entered in the American Dietetic Association Contest 



^RT OF SISTKR^ DIVISIONS 



113 



All Dietetic Interns attended the Restaurant Convention at the Jung 
] on November 8, 9, 10, 19G0, and the Louisiana Dietetic Association 
mention in Lafayette, Louisiana, on November IT. and 18, I960, on which 
they rendered reports. 

Mies Martha Buttress, Acting Educational Director, and Miss Janet 
kburn, Pediatric Dietitian, attended the American Dietetic Association 
mention in Cleveland, Ohio, in October, 1&60. Miss Anne Horsman, 5th 
Floor Dietitian, attended the Southeastern Conference for Dietitians in Mem- 
phis. Tennessee in April, 1961, Report were given on the activities. 

The practice of abstracting from the Pediatrics: Psychiatry; Geriatrics: 
<d.stetrics and Gynecology and Gastroenterology Journals, for the Journal 
of the American Dietetic Association was continued again this year. 



COPY 



■Tune .lit, jnfil 



Dr. Edythe P. Hershey. 
Regional Medical Director 
Children*!! Bureau 
Department of Health 
Education and Welfare, 
1114 Commerce Street 
Dallas 2, Texas 

Attention < 

Mrs, Aftftta Barr 

Dear Dr, Hershey: 

Mrs. Barr 1 s letter of June 14 regarding report of the project "Di< 
Management of Phenylketonuria" has been received. I have spoken with 
jbright and Miss Langham concerning the use of Miss Harnbrights 
project. Both will be glad for you to use this material any way that will help. 

er separate cover, I am sending you copies of two monthly reports 
of the Nutrition Section, 

Very truly yours, 

/s/ WILLIAM J. REIN, M.D„ 

ytate Health Officer 



Preventive Medicine 
I Health Services 
n-gatet C. Moore 
Utea Rose Ann Langbam 
Miss Margaret ITam bright 



11* CVIUTY HOSPITAL— 13&0-1961 



COPY 

DEPARTMENT OF 
LLTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE 

Region VI I 
1114 Commerce 
Dallas. T 



■lime 14 
IT. W. J. Rein 

Health Officer 

Board of Health 
Box 630 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Attn: Miss Margaret Moore, 

t'hief Nutrition Section 
Miss Rose Ann iAn^ham, 
Nutrition Consultant 

Dear Dr. Rein; 

The report of the project "Dietary Management of Phenylketonuria" by 
Mnrnbrlght and Rose Ann Langbam Is an exceedingly fine docu- 
ment and would be worthy for consideration as s Master's thesis. I am 

Hug this copy to our staff In Washington immediately, Thi 
ing of the Technical Advisory committee to the Children's Bureau oi 
Retardation scheduled during the week of June 19th, and I think thi 
merits their attention, Miss Hambrlght must be a very able dietetic h 
and certainly much credit i« due Miss I^angham as her public health nutr 
advisor. In my opinion this report should be shared with nutritionists 
others engaged in work with mental retardation programs. Do you think 
it possible thi would be reproduced or published for this 

purpose! Possibly we could work out something with you through thv 
Children's Bureau, 

Sincerely yours, 

fmi ANSTA harr 

Regional Nutrition Consultant 
Children's Bureau 

to Dr. Ben Freed man 

Dr, Marie Ijoulse Pareti 

Public Relations and Career Guidance activities were again sti 
the Interns participated In the following; 

I Two talks given to Public and High School Stud« 

2. Assisted in attending an Educational Booth for a Medical Meeting 
held at the Jung Hotel. 

3. Conducted tour f pi Southern College Seniors n 
in Institution Management, 

Christmas Skit—presented twice 
& Ti> die New Orleans Dietetic Association 
b. All the Dietary Employees, 
Skit to Xurslng Department — April 25, 1961 
6, Dr. Carm-n Ramos, Director of the Hospital for Deficiency D 
and Malnutrition. Mexico City, was in the U.S. under World 
Organization activities, and visited our Department on June 12. 

During the past year, a total of 23.845 patients were seen and instrur 
on special diets in Nutrition Clinic. Of the reduction diets totaled 

and reduction revisits totaled 3,685, 



REFOUT OF SlSTKUs DIVISIONS 117 

The number of diabetics instructed individually was 2,396, Many of I 
returned for and additional advice on their diets* Besides the 

Individual diabetic Instructions, S3! patients, relatives and attendants 
tended diabetic class where supplementary instruction fcty. Var- 

ious other special diet instructions (which included th diets aiad 

variations) Bland, Colostomy, Dumping Syndrome, High Carbohydrate, High 
Caloric, High Iron, High Protein i ■ Pal Lam dholesterol, Low Pi> 
Low Purine and Luw Residue, Restricted Sodium, Soft. Tube Feeding, 
I KITS, Various dMs revisits totaled 2,358, 

Obstetric Clinic referred 1U>645 pregnant women for diets: 

13 were instructed on Normal Diets 

1 were Instructed on Toxemia Diets 
S3 were instructed on Reductl- 

Total broken appointments for revisits on red net ions and various other 
diets were 2 t 698. Some of these returned at a later date. 

Fifteen Dietetic interns rotated through Nutrition Clinic, Each was 

assigned for a period of 4 weeks, one week of which was spent with a 

Public. Health Nurse visiting patients and attending Well Baby Clinics. 

Seventy-seven .Student Nurses rotated through Nutrition Clinic, Each 
was assigned for a period of one week, 

time Pantry Girls are now being used on all floors. They work 
from 4:0o pin. to 7:00 p.m., permitting all full time employees to work 
straight shifts. 

Silverware and serving utensils have been marked for each fl 
in order to confine their use to a specific floor. 

With the advent of summer, all patients are assured of being served cold 
milk, as it is kept in pans adequately iced until serving time, 

W toasters were installed on the 4th, 5th, 7th and Sth floors. 

The pantry and office of the 4th Floor; the office of the Sth Floor; and 
the pantry and fixtures of the 6th and sth Floors were painted. 

A fUe of patients' "likes" and "dislikes" is being maintained on the 3rd 
and 6th Floors for the guidance of the 

A new set of china dishes, silver creamers, and" sliver coffee thermos 
m were ordered and received for the 6th Floor, 

Nutrition classes for mothers of children hospitalized on 9th Floor 
begun in March in the 9tb Floor classroom. The colored mothers come 
on Wednesdays, and the white mothers on Thursdays, from 1:00-2:00 p.m. 
during the children's rest period. 

Eighteen stainless steel baby bottle baskets were received fur the Formula 

i :n. 

In the Student Nurses' Residence, a commercial menu board was pur- 
chased and installed in the Dining Boom. 

Fluorescent lights were installed in the ceiling behind the serving 
counter in the Dining Room. 

New wiring and m*w lights and light guards were placed under the hood, 
over the cool in the Kitchen, 

&W wooden shelves were made and installed in the vegetable refrig- 
r in the Kitchen, 



118 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-1051 

Two dish machine gau K es, one for temperature of wash water and on? 
for rinse water, were installed on the dish machine- 

ch^dTa *%&&"* to '" over the luw ,n the WalatOT — 

A lavatory wa? Installed next to the pot washing sink. 

The Hohert mixer, the large scale, pot washing racks, ami 
braces supporting the dish washing unit v nted in July. 

™/r i He D !^ Unlt * new bul,et - n b »ard wa« installed in the Kitchen 
and a new clock was purchased for this unit. 

A new family size refrigerator waa bought for the Polio Kitchen. 
m~Jt ?? t0h *T; lU t ^ work WftJ! beffun cn lhe renovation and lnatallatloi 
an t cooler for whole meat* waa added. The dairy refrigerator was em 

™ tn" 2 ^ * Unit N ° W liShlS Were Stalled throughout the err 

area. All doorways were widened for easier accessibility. 

reparative figures of meals served are ; .s follows: 

1959-1960 1960*1961 
nt Meals ^ n .. ttSl 

*«-"- :::::::::: ::::: iflaa 8S 

Infant Form,. irP d ..! " "j "."I ^ | " ; JggJ gj 

MEAL COSTS; 

s»,a d r le s"::: * 2K25* 

Kurmma Room Fooa .::::::::::::: *S:IS« 

--' :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::F : 1S5S 

RECOMMENDATIO X S 

. „, W \ nBnin ti "*I>*« our recommendations of former years for a sun 
our uartap dtepottl problem, so that a m, „t and «anlt.rv ■•' . 

of dismal can be devised. Wte also repeat our requests that garbage* d 
units .be instiled in each Door pantry, and th.-,t the pantries be re, 
and better ventilated to permit greater efficiency and service. 

1 «v! Ve „ r r, < r! n f" d a lh . e pu / chas * » f w improved open carts for del: 
h^ln^f i* des, 8«, ed to c "n- M trays at one time. This would £ve 
the pantry employees adequate room in which to perform their dir 
ZZril: PreSe " Uy hand,ca ^ d * "" overcrowding of tray cart"''; 

for Tmw e T h C ° f / ee ?."J5 **" " eeded !n the Moln KItchen with attachm* 
floors Aer-Void containers for delivering coffee to the " 

A new broiler in replacement of the present one, which U in had 
condition, and additional ovens are also needed for the Cm KltefcoL 

.\ PPRBCIATION 

n~2**/5ZL2*. * ramude to «» Director and his Asalal he 

i of Administrators, the Slaters, the Medical Staff \ur«ina- I. ■„ V . 
Entering and Maintenance Ji^mAmn^^^S^S^S^^Si 
Hospital, for their cooperation and assistance to u. daring t""T 



REPORT OF SISTERS' I>IVIS» U9 



We are especially grateful for the appropriation mi -he Board of 

Administrators for the purchase of new hot food carts for the Patients 1 food 
service. Much engineering and planning was done towards obtaining a cart 
to the needs of our Department. Also, our deep gratitude for our 
♦ nlnr§red Cold Storage and Refrigeration unit. We are sure that when they 
gel it to work properly, it will be a great help to the Dietary Department. 

Respect fu 1 1 y submitted, 

/s/ SISTER THHRESA, D. C. 

Sister Theresa, D. C- 

Director, 

Dietary Department 



^ ITAI^ — 10BO-19C1 

ANNUAL REPORT 

HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

Tti^ Annua Department for th> 

beginning July 1. li<^" and ending June Lth subn 

The tim iei, including Lhi 

inal Siudent Home was 77. Of this number there were 50 
and 27 removals, Six employee were promoted to high* ?r 
department by way of meritorious service; and two v. 
transfer to oth«*r departments, One new Laborer position was estate 
to provide w»-ck end and holiday relief for trash removal. 

Window cleaning servicer were performed by National tt 
ract 

ntroi wpi satisfactorily performed by the Che 

tal 'i trol work* 

Two hundred twelve cotton layer felt mattresses were rem 
adult bed mattresses, 19 crib mattresses and 6 bassinet mattresses. 

An additional Thermopress was installed in the Sewing B* 
Ing linen with transfers. Eight new magnesium Linen Shelf cart tr 
provided for the Central Linen Section, 

The following- linen replacements were made: 

3,731 Large ftt 

Roller 
L100 Crib sheets 

&4S Bas^lnd sbei 

536 Bedspreads 

S.Mfi Patient gowns 
If9 Pajamas 

'PS 
1.106 Hi. 
2,000 U;tl 

44 New pill 

kets 
20C Bathroom curtains 
66 Cubicle curtains 
daeyc diapers 
cm i i i s i to a : t b 1 e diapers (400 per cs ) 
Disposable diapers (600 per cs) 
1,165 Hamper b?i- 
2,164 Large i 
--'►3<> Bfl ids 

30 RX table pads 
10 Incubator pads 
9,325 Sterile wraps 
&64 Slit sh< 
72 Pitch*- 1 
108 Spinal sheets 
8 Bath towels 
8,160 Huck towles 
1,268 Surgical towels 
5,149 Terry wash cloths 
61 cs Disposable wash cloths (500 per cs) 
451 Plastic mattress covers 



REPORT OP SISTERS 5 DIVISION* 121 

38 Crib mattress cov< 

j i Basslnel mattress covers 

Plastic pillow covers 
9 Roller pads covered 
30 RX ts covered 

1,186 Aprons 
2 h 046 Doctors caps 
1,435 Doctors scrub shirts 
3,394 Doctors scrub pants 

544 J Joe tors operating- gowns 
1,872 Nurses first gowns 
710 Nurses 2nd gowns 
120 Grey nurse aid gowns 
1.476 Reversible smocks 

i bands (Dietary) 
300 Arm board covers 
Bassinet shields 
36 Basket Iini 

A pp. cuffs 
376 G U bags 
16$ Test tubes 
432 Slii 

208 Abdominal binders 
144 Thomas splints 
240 Nightingales 
144 Tray covers <Inf. > 
6 Tarpaulins 
1J58 Restraints 
500 Scuffs (3rd floor) 
A nib. stretcher pods 
85 Tablecloths (Dietary) 
36 Coffee bags 
4S Orthopedic binders 

We gratefully acknowledge the interest and support which has been 
extended to the Housekeeping Department by the Board of Directors, 
Doctor L, J, Kerne and the Administrative Staff at all times during 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SISTER CLARISSE 

Sister Clarisse 

Director of Housekeeping 



ANNUAL REPORT— OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 



Clinic Services 

General Surgery ...... 

Cbemn -Therapy .,.. 
Nvttra Barmurj ... 
Pediatric Surgery 
Plastic Surgery 
Procto Surgery ... 
Thoraoie Surgery 

Tumor 

Vascular , 

Fracture* . 

Orthopedics 

Crippled Children ....... 

Casta Applied 

Casta Elemovrd 

Obstetrics ............ .. 

Post Partum „..,„.,„.... 

Gynecology 

Special Gynecology ... 

Infertility 

Mala Urology , 

Female Urology ........... 

Nephritis .„ 

Cystoscopy 

Special Therapy 

Mi-ilu-iiie .,,,, 

Allergy 

Arthritis 

Cardiac 



k. 



Cardiac Renal & Vaacuiar 

Cheat .... ..... 

Dermatology .... , 

Dermu-PlnniiiK ... 

Diagnostic Anesthesia 

Diagnostic Medicine 

■ ■ . 









Patient 


Total 


7eui 


New Patients 


Otrf Patients 


Revisits 


New & Old Patient* 


Patient VisiU 


In Clinics 


in Clinic* 


to Clirtitt 


In Clinics 


to Clinic* 


White & Ca tared 


& Colored 

9G7 9,077 


White & Colored 
11.074 24,171 


White & Colored 


White & Calored 


737 1,929 


1,7im 


u.eoi 


11,771 







U 


l 


68 


141 




i 




142 


18 6 


|1 




554 


053 




205 


605 


050 







466 


292 


017 


4:: 






1.3 82 


4 




162 


740 


401 


101 






655 


& 1 






1*122 


Mto 


52 


101 


1,174 




t 


56 


Ul 


414 


571 


57 


167 


471 


7HK 


5 6 


62 


U 


#04 


1.010 


07 


68 


071 


1.076 


10 13 


56 


187 


800 


1.776 


60 


1M 


866 


1,976 


71 38 


l« 




1*6 


1.013 


127 




632 


1.178 


594 'JUG 


L«M1 


»,S21 


7,806 


14,891 


1.617 


3,4»4 


B.021 




a ftfl 





£67 





1.021 









1.387 


6 18 


11 


to 


222 


545 


27 


47 


249 


592 











740 


1,645 










1.845 











14f» 


3,255 








1,309 




204 845 


431 


7,477 


3.490 


80J41 


6S5 


6.322 


4.1S4 


' 


2 


II 


642 


375 


1,111 


40 


544 


421 


5,805 


253 588 


h 1 1 


4,910 


4.849 




1.069 


5,448 


5.918 


24.570 


I 


M 


203 


316 


014 


97 


203 


413 


SI7 


o 


I 


i! 


21 


19U 


1 




22 


218 


216 427 


611 


i^tt 


5.220 


i,i u 


827 




4,047 


0.673 


71 46 


8 1 1 


441 




e.$oi 


387 


487 


M10 


S.340 


(i 


i 





ISO 


S28 


1 


u 






3 1 




Of 


1,089 


1,627 


90 


10U 


1,179 




3 


ll 


253 




2,031 


n 


250 


145 


2,287 


500 814 


2,776 


Mel 


17 P S7! 


40,651 


3.285 






49,94 6 


5 


146 




8,4*7 


5.87M 


151 








7 


112 


128 


1.448 


1,267 


lit 


128 




1.385 


1 


21 


41 


67 


G72 


22 


41 


592 




Q o 


1 


17 


305 


801 


1 


17 


306 


818 


3 f. 


27 


71 


517 


1,005 




70 


647 


1,171 


4 7« 


86V 


2,037 


7,964 


12,044 


1,183 


2.513 


9,147 




& 




1 




79 


2 


1 




80 









7* 


53 







78 


55 








425 


963 




187 


530 


1,150 


4 


126 


296 


1.102 






304 












g 


SI 6 











235 


a i 




4 






14 


41 




K22 









06 




7 












X 


H 
> 



cto-Mfrdtcin 
Tropical Diaea«es ., 
TuberouloetJK 
Ear, Noae & Throat .. 

(ilaucoma ....... him 

Eye Refaction* 

K u ndii s - Op h tha J m aac opy 

Ncurulogy 

Epilepsy _[.[.'.[ 

A. Rehabilitation .... 

Psychiatry ...... 

Child- Psychiatry 
lVtJinliic Allergy 

Pediatric Behavior 

Pediatric Cardiac 



Pediatrics & 1mm imitation .... 

Pediatric Metabolic „ 

Pediatric Neuml w j 

Pediatric Tuberculin ...... 

Premature 

Infant FeadJnif „.. 

Dental (Loyola) ........... 

Oral Surgery , , 

Pmatew „ 



(I 
114 

429 

i 

31 

7 

1SS 

2 

a 

294 

1 


10 




1(11 

118 


654 


J« 
Q 

1,142 


6 

3,720 

6,168 


0.4 67 

4,610 
9,251 


241 


D 

1.312 

999 


14 

1 

1,740 


24 M 

6 

6,041 

7 t 157 


356 
10 

15,082 
4,706 


6G7 


1,137 


2,145 
506 


7,241 
276 


Lt t 370 

4.179 


1.666 


2,712 
527 


M07 
284 


3 B 

l 





BO 

Q 


2 64 


432 
-1 


255 
4,221 


3.464 

m*o 


258 
B0 
[09 


460 

6 

697 


8,060 

286 

2.020 


3.014 

29:; 

4.163 


7 
487 


181* 



870 


SIM 


986 
4,680 




ISO 


300 

92 
4.K04 


1.176 

5 

5.610 




1 


142 


61 


6 


1 


148 


»2 





4 





136 





3.876 





140 





4.016 


+t 







10 


04 


lli\ 


14 


10 


108 


130 


a 

711 

5 




i.976 


47* 


67 
1,592 


7^ 


»1 

12.661 


83 
1.190 


*\H 


165 
4.123 


169 
IK. 219 


16 


10 


23 


75 


^^4 


16 


30 


90 




2 


1 1 


$6 


1 *S 


404 


tl 


58 


177 


498 


7 


31 


SB 


1&4 


14* 


SS6 


42 


165 


190 


SOj 




\\i 


4 


261 


1 


887 


7 


350 


14 


1.2*7 


26 


278 


1 


17 


27 


223 


27 




64 




291 
68 


276 


49^ 


1.704 


j.j*;k 


8,365 




1.980 


3,191 


L0J4fl 


55 


71 


104 


l,0Ht> 


2.070 


123 


219 


1,209 


2.280 


105 


31 


IIS 


361 


225 


£78 


220 


442 


:4> 


720 



TOTALS 5 * 67a 'P«T52 14,862 64.046 114,767 275,306 20,540 64,800 135.307 340,196 



V HOSPITAL— 19«G- I 

REPORT OF WHITE AND COLORED OUT-PATIENT 

Number of CH&ta Working Dnya for 1960-19*; 

Dally Avmp- tm to Whit- CI in lea 

Dally Av-rac;. Pfitk-nt Visit* to Colored Clinics 

Minor Operations In Surgery Clinica 

Biopsies made In * 

Mantoux ' . Pediatrics & Immunization Clinics 

Tubercular Clinics: 

Bronchoscope Examinations 

Qgoaeopio Exaxnina ] J 

Pneumothrax Treatments , . . . . 

Pneumoperitoneum nts 

YEARLY COMPARISON OF TOTAL PATIENT VISITS 

IN WHITE AND COLORED OUT-PATIENT 

DEPARTMENT 



Total Visits in White and Colored Clinics for 19&9-I9tfti. 






Total Visits in White and Colored Clinics for 1960-1961 . : 

focraaa* . , 4 S34 

Total Visits in White and Out -Patient Department f. 
1961 

Total White and Colored Out-Patient Visits in Radiology Departir 
for 1*60-10*1 .,_./. 

Total White and Colored Out-Patient Visit© in Physical Therapy De- 
partment for 1960-1961 

CJHAXD TOTAL ... m 



NEW CASES TREATED IN OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Fiscal Year 1960— 1961 



White 
Months Male 

July 214 

August 283 

tember 236 

October . . , 246 

Novembpr 220 

1 jrcpmher . . . . 153 

January 243 

February ... 243 

March 2S2 

April 240 

May 27? 

June 230 

TOTALS ...2,847 



Colored 


White 


Colored 


Total 


Total 


Total 


Total 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Female 


Male 


Female 


White 


Colored 


Grand 


462 


213 






701 


427 


950 




532 


268 


&95 


795 






1.1-7 


1,656 


4S9 


233 




725 


790 








413 


2S0 


489 


659 


73 li 


496 


902 


1,398 


384 




4S7 


$04 




435 


821 


1,258 


305 


148 


340 


458 


488 




646 


946 


395 


245 


437 


G3S 




48S 


832 


1.320 


396 


ii« 


392 


639 


60S 


459 


783 


1,247 


406 


274 


480 


688 




556 


886 


1,442 


379 


230 


441 


61 9 


674 


470 


823 


US.98 


467 


276 


504 


744 


780 


&53 


971 




41UJ 


265 


405 


690 




495 




1,450 


5.08S 


2,831 


5,664 


7.935 




S.67S 


10,752 





ANNUAL REPORT 

ADMITTING, EMERGENCY AND OBSERVATION ROOMS 

(White and Colored) 

July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 





AourrrtKO Rooms 


Khkrokmct Room 


i >niwuivAtToji Room 




Adult Patients 


Pffiiiklrir Fallen li 


White 


Colored 


While 






Whin 


Color** 


Whit* 


Colored 


Colored 


Total iKnwricwi wtkul July. 1OT0, toko Jchi 30, 1001. . 


EtMO 


Ml, 934 


it ,070 


0*f8i 


31,488 


00.503 


1.020 


1,753 




Penicillin treatment* (Adult and IVd.. Colored) 








53, MH 

5,S30 

8.877 

44.629 
10,314 










1 rraLmrntA Rtvrn . 

Patient* admitted to hu&jiiial . 


11,120 
It. 170 

7,371 


«,7B 

34,020 

2S t 277 
25, 120 


1, i.'.v 
1.093 

1,447 
1,388 


IB, Ml 

1,400 

6.§4| 

3.031 
i r na 

[O.Stt 
BS8 

a 


79.123 
2,530 
14,962 

32,405 

1,534 

lit 

83.118 

775 










Pttttonte referred to Ottt-P* tietrl Department 
Patients re frmM h-jjnp iim-aic tiue|i-ii;»|([ or inelUiUe fur Charfts 
ita] treatment Referred h..r 
im or tJid rtdt t\ the dcek . . . 












ineligible fur Chanty Hospital treat incut 






X-fay* 

">• dead on arrival, gone 00 arrival or did nut come to the IhjpjiJu] . 
i * relumed in A. M. , . , . , 


50 

10 
no 


83 
8, 5 IB 


3 

MS 
11 
.0 


51 
ISO 






















Total Ismuiraws nou Joi.r 1. lOfifl thug Jroa 30, 1QM 


I9WM960 


iw-mi 


Increase 


Decrease 


White turf Colored Adi 










iM.eoi 


238,128 
2,779 


3,32? 




■ ■ 








II 


H hite and C olorcd ObeerriUorj Rooms. . . 








;:;;: 










I 







Total colored adult 



,i colored aduli *>i I', iiv.ri- i i m rr.--iiiu.Tin from ?;0Oa. m. loltfOp, bl forth Kiseal nit boriflmH 

July 1, 1000 and en^ ' SoT 



ORT OF SISTERS' DIVIS* 1S7 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 

ACCREDITATION 

The School of Nursing maintained National and State Accreditation and 
has agency membership in the National League of Nursing. The State ac- 
credit sit wag made on June 13. 14, 15, 196l ( by Miss Imogens Yar- 
It. Educational Director of Louisiana State Board of Nurse Examiners. 
She visited eacn of the clinical areas in hospital where students are as- 
signed, the physical facilities of the school, and selected classes. The report 
had only one recommendation which was for air conditioning the instruc- 
tional areas. 

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES 

There were eight resignations and four replacements among the teach - 
ta(T personnel. 

The entire faculty participated in a 3 -day curriculum workshop under 
Use leadership of Dr, oie Sand. Eleven instructors took courses at local 
universities, and three instructors attended the national nurses convention. 

The educational facilities were improved by the addition of 463 volumes 
.. the 1961 edition of Encyclopedia Americana and audio- 
J equipment. 

The need for air conditioned classrooms necessitated by the heat and 
is alleviated somewhat by the use of the hospital auditorium and a 
ical Therapy classroom during the summer mon 

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM 

Emphasis fa ed on course content, correlation of theory and 

tic*, and Improvement of teaching: evaluation, The 62 students who 
graduated all passed the Nurses Licensing Examination and were licensed 
mot ice. 

RECRUITMENT AND FINANCIAL AID 

Recruitment consisted of mailing the brochure to ail accredited high 

ols In Louisiana and the southern states. Open house held in the spring 

' :- attended by 175 students from Louisiana schools* and a number of high 

Is throughout the State requested tours of the school and hospital for 

their students at other times during the year, 

During the fiscal year, 905 inquiries were received, 3 IS applications 
.168 accepted, (of these only 13T registered), and 98 rejected* Of 
•boa* accepted. 85 were from Louisiana. 

The hospital granted a loan of $110,00 to one student. Scholarships 
various organisations were granted to fifteen students amount- 
'» $3,975.00; five students received support from the Veterans Adminis- 
tration. Loans ranging from 510.00 to $60.00 from the Kellogg Loan Fund 
*ere made to 30 students, 

Students worked for the hospital on a pay basts during their free time, 
f 1,241 days. 



CHJJUTY HOSPITAL— 1960-19S1 

STATISTICS 
ST TURN 

Charity ........ . . . . 

Affiliating ........... 

Schools it ff ]i luted with Charity: 

In Louisiana - * 

out of State 

Course completed; 

ted . . . , * . . . . . . 

Affiliating students 

Admission and Withdrawal: 

Charity Affiliate* 

UHU . . . 143 

Withdrawal! 66 $ 

PERSONNEL: 

Nursing Education Unit 

Teaching and Administrative Unci. 4 Bisters).. 38 filled 4 w 

ClerlCS 1 , IT (Includes 2 

Student N urses Living Quarters 

Supervisor , . . I 

Hot 7 

Clerks I , . :. 

Elevator Operators . 

tchboard Operators 2 

Guard . . 1 

Reslg-nati 

■- rsonnel , . . , 6 

Clerical 2 

;^OMMKX I NATIONS 

Recommendations : 

L Air conditioning of the Education Building and the c las grooms 
student nurses' residence 
< j \v flooring in bedrooms of student nur Hence 

■**ment of screen doors with more suitable ones for the entrant 
to lobby 

4. Two additional Instructor positions 

5. Placement of the personnel in Student Nurses Living Quart e? 

DOW oil a 44-hour week on a 4t»~hour week. Two additional 
tlons are needed to do this. 

ACKNOWLEUf \ MKXTS 

We thank the Board uf Administrators and the Hospital Adminis 
for their Interest and courtesy in our behalf. 

Respectfully submitted. 

/s/ SISTER PAULINE 

Sister Pauline. R.N. 
Director 

hool uf Nursing 

Sr P.: mm 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DlVIfcl 



J 20 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OPERATING ROOMS 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 



I>eJgado Operating Rooms 

Miles Operating Rooms 

Bronchoscopy & E-N.T. Rooms 

Rooms 

Plaster Rooms ...... 

icopy 

Burn Dressings , . . 

TALS 

GRAND TOTAL ,..,..... 



Operations Cases 



6J$8 


165 


4,710 


40 


1.183 


1,326 


1,119 


Uti 




2,24a 


552 


Sim 




10 


18.5&9 


7,394 




20,953 



OBSTETRICAL DIVISIONS— 10TH FLOOR 

Caesareun Sections 477 

Operations ,...,,.,. . , ........ 1 31 

GRAND TOTAL . . "60S 



DELGADO OPERATING ROOMS 



Operations 

July 544 

August 64J 

■mber . . 607 

October 492 

November ........ 453 

December .,.,.... 443 

January . ■ 463 

February 434 

March 534 

April 509 

551 

June ... 524 



Cases 

14 
15 
13 
22 
25 
77 
16 
8 
14 
10 
12 
JO 

5,995 165 

BRONCHOSCOPY & E.N.T 
ROOMS 

July ........ 97 

August ; 103 113 

!■ . ♦. 101 105 

October 138 

<bcr 

December .,,,,.,. 102 115 

02 109 

February 84 118 

March 108 119 

April 96 99 

May 105 

June .. .... 109 101 

Total 1 ( 1S3 1,326 



MILES OPERATING ROOMS 



Operations 

July 438 

August 512 

September 

October 424 

November .... 356 

December ........ 352 

January .......... 370 

February . 379 

-Mnr<_h 309 

April 360 

May ■ 387 

June 3si 

Totals ...,4,710 



EYE ROOMS 

July 77 

August 9g 

September 85 

October 94 

November . . 93 

December 80 

January .......... 85 

February * 84 

March 109 

April 97 

May 11 

June 106 

Totals 1,119 



Cases 

6 
5 
4 
2 
2 
4 
1 
2 
6 
3 
3 
2 

40 



1 
3 
1 
2 
3 
I 

3 
4 
6 
2 
2 
S 



36 



130 



CHARITY HOSPITAL 



PLASTER ROOMS 

Opera- 
tion* Cases 

July *........, 227 

August 240 

September o 133 

October .... 203 

November 159 

December ir,i 

January ...... 193 

February , . . Q 134 

March ]gs 

April .. . 175 

Maar .*■ 205 

June . . . . , . , i7s 

Totals , IM% 



CYSTOSCOPY ROOMS 

Opera- 
tions Cas^ 

July . . 4r> 

Auguat 4T> 

ptember , 42 

October 37 

November ........ 36 

December 39 

January . 43 

February 53 

March 51 

April ...... 4$ 

May S5 

June p . , 58 

Total 552 



July , 

August , . . 
September 
October . . 
November 
December 
January . . 
February 
March . . . 

April 

May 

June ..... 



Totals 



Mam 
Building 

2,004 
1J82 
1,836 
1,577 
1,538 
1,699 
1,595 
1.&24 
1372 
1.839 
1,717 

20.972 



Braaux 

Building Building 
I 
8 

5 
8 
6 

5 
10 

1 
7 

7 
8 

12 





Conta- 




Dert 


gious 


Pi 


ding 


Building 


Cent* 





2 




:; 


2 




3 


1 




1 


1 




i) 


3 




1 


4 






3 




5 


10 




8 


15 




2 






2 


4 




5 


1 





ft] 



33 



r.4 



BURN DRESSING ROOM 

July 

August 

September ........ 

October 

November 

December , . 

January . . , 

February 

March , 

April 

May .., 

June 



Operations 



C .1 1 1 1 



TOTALS 



4 
1 

I 

10 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 



131 



OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10th FLOOR 

Caesarean 
Sections Operations 

July , 51 £0 

August 41 7 

September , , , . . . 52 T 

-er 43 19 

mbei* . 43 14 

December . . ♦ 34 7 

January , , 33 8 

February 42 IS 

March 30 6 

April 3] 9 

. . 36 S 

June 41 8 

TOTALS 447 131 



Totals 

71 
4$ 
59 
62 
57 
41 
41 

36 
40 
44 

49 

G08 



ANNUAL REPORT RECOVERY 
July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

960 Admissions Deaths 

July 955 fi 

August .,...,. - ♦ ■■ 991 4 

: ember , ...... 863 5 

October « , , 001 S 

uber * . S64 8 

December 826 4 

1961 

January . . « . . 7 l Ji 

February M2 7 

March , .,.„...,. i . . , . 1,009 5 

A&rll * . . 968 6 

May , 7S5 5 

June 877 _2 

TOTALS . . . 1G,2S1 56 

XOTE: Lowest Death Rate Since Opening of Recovery. 

Sincerely, 

M SISTEK PATRICIA 
Sister Patricia 



132 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-J9G1 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

July l t 1960— June 30, 1961 



8 



32 

42 

524 

310 
5 

1 
10 

1 
2 

12 
1 

3 
69 



te Col. White Cot. 



1 



49 






Cases Discha rged Deserted Deaths 

Diseases Admitted White Col, Wh 

Actinomycosis 1 i 

Anthrax .,...,,,.., _., 

Blast<imyco*Js ......... 9 1 

ChSlji 5 4 

Pox 23 6 

Diphtheria . .. 74 7 

Encephal It is 49 13 

-roosts 22 12 

J L'ifuven'H Disease , .. 

bnpetffo 82 8 

Inf. Hepatitis 75 17 

Inf. Diarrhea ... , 693 75 

Lues . . . . 

Measles 21 19 

Meningitis $81 121 

atttmpa 7 

Pertussis 4 3 

Foli^ 25 5 

h Disease . 1 

Strep. S. T 

Scarlet Fever 4 1 

Para Typhoid 5 1 

Typhoid Fever 8 3 

Typhus Fov*r 1 

Telanu-s 5 

TBC ., . 113 20 

Suspected of 

f'oruagious 

Diseases , . 924 892 5 

TOTAL 2784 580 1979 H~ 



131 



/s/ SISTER >[ARGAI JRY 

Sister Margaret Mary, 
Su pervisor 



PARTHENT OF RADlOLOUY 133 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

J. V. SCHLOSSER* M. D.— Assistant Director 

New Cases ,.,... - * I- 9 ? 2 

Clinic Visits . - ■ - ■ • - 9 > 9G1 

Ward Admissions * • G46 

Ward Discharges - * 5S4 

Ward Deaths * - ae 

Ward Desertions * . * ■ 2 

ROENTGEN THERAPY 

;it Visits - -* - 13*077 

Treatments ...... 38,992 

VAN DE GRAAFF UNIT 

Patient Visits , . 3,042 

Treatments , . * ♦, G.4SS 

RADIUM THERAPY 

Whit© Patients ■ ■ • 60 

Colored Patients •■*■•• ^| 

Totai -■--.- 1W 

Total Number Radium Applications . . . 324 

RADIOISOTOPE LABORATORIES 

Mil Up&takes ...... 1,219 

MSI Blood Volume . - . . - 678 

M31 Localization of Tracer Concentrations 121 

1-131 Localization of Tracer Concentrations and Uptake* ........ 106 

1-131 Fat Absorption - - - ■ ■ - 72 

Erythrocyte Survival Study . .. 1.9 

Red Cell Mass ■ . 1 

Co-60 Schilling - l9 ° 

Fe-Sfl Clearance , . %$ 

Fe-59 Utilisation - ■ - . . . . - - 29 

Renograms : 168 

TOTAL - . ■ -.-■••- 2,634 

1-131 Treatments 54 

P-32 Treatments * 2 

Respectfully submitted* 

/a/ MANUEL GARCIA, M.D.. 
RA.C.R. 

Manuel Garcia, M, IX, Director 
Department of Therapeutic 
Radiology 



134 



SUTY HOSPITAL— 196V-19G1 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 

DR. C, M. NICE, JR., Director 

Ramon Mottton, M. B. — Assistant Radiolot. 

Lamar Bain, M. D. _ Assistant Radiologist 

Robyn Hardy, M, D. — Assistant Radiologist 

Albert Handler, K D, — Assistant Radiologist 

Joseph Izenstark, M, D. — Assistant Radioing 

Mary Jumer. M. D, _ Assistant Radiologist 

Maurice Wlngo, M, D, _ Assistant Radiologist 

Total number of patients examined * 171 AS9 

Total number of films used ,,..,. "[][ 44i't^ 

Total number of fluoroscopies ,,.,,..., /...//. 

Hospital Cases 

White - . „ . 2ft o 0fi 

°*-*« ::;:::::;::::: SB 

Accident Room 

w »> f te BS0 . 

°«—* :.::: 

Clinic Cases 

White , _., 

;**«* - .;....;:.::::::::::::::: »:«" 

Employees _ f $97 

Sizes of Films Used 

n HI "•- " " *** 

; * J2 ■ — •"• • . i« 

' X 17 12.4U 

Parti Examined 

Chest , . 

Abdomen-Pelvos .,.„. ??!J! 

Sinus .----. 

Mastoid .... " — -.. i,$ji 

Upper Extremities . , „..!"!!! " ,» 52 

Lower Extremities " '52 

Genitourinary "J"** 

Gastrointestinal "*" ,r5: 

££r ::: 

•••••• ■ 11,483 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/CHARLES M. NICE, JR. 
Charles M, Nice, Jr +1 M.D., 1: 

CONTENTS 

1, Personnel as of June 30, 1961. 

2, Report of School of Medical Technology. 

a. Consolidated report of the Diagnostic Laboratories of the Dewut m .nt 
of Pathology. neni 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 185 

4> Report of Division of Surgical Pathology. 

5. Report of Division of Pathologic Anatomy. 

fc Report of the Pasteur Institute. 

7, Report of the Morgue. 

8. Detailed report of the various laboratory divisions. 

PERSONNEL A3 OF JUNE 30, 1961 
STAFF 

Emma g. Moss, M. D„ F.A.S.C.P., F.CA.P., Director, Certified American 

?d of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 
Monroe S. Samuels, M. D„ Associate Pathologist Certified American Board 

of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 
Joseph Pecot* M. D., Assistant Pathologist 
Al Hunt, ,\T K. Assistant Pathologist 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Robert Ward, M.D, 

Donald Dore', M.D. 

Louis Stern, M.D. 

Lebrue Stevens, M.D. 

Terence Seven, M.D. 

Roland Samson. AI.D. 

Gerald Schenken, M.D. 

Charles Foley, M.D. 

George Sturgis, M.D. 

Robert Berggren, M.D. 

Joseph Simpson, M.D. 

Robert Stanley White, M.D, 

Joseph G-tiillory, M.D. 

TECHNICAL STAFF 

Patricia Sallas, B,S., M.T. (ASCP), Chief Medical Technologist 

Eola Straueh, M.T, (ASCP) 

Marie Louise (Jrau^nitrd, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jyn Miller, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 
-Mildred Howie* B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Marion Cardinals, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Ailleen Janney, B,S„ M.T. (ASCP) 

r f B.S. t M.T. (ASCP J 
Carolyn Afford Salamone, B,S„ M.T. (ASCP) 
Kathryn label!, B.S., M.T, (AtiCF) 

tte NelJ Stnrgis, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Jo Ann Durand. B,S.. M.T. (ASCP) 
Jane Scarborough, B.S., M,T. (ASCP) 
Jo ctta Fewltt, B,s., M.T. (ASCP) 
Mae Richards, M.T. (ASCP) 
Sue Hulman, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Carolyn A. Doxey, B.S., M.T, (ASCP) 

a Trebucq. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Yvonne Nell, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Janice Welnstein. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Kthelyn Champagne, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

i Cole, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Peggy Marion neaux, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Knoepp, Lynn, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 



■ 

Ann do. R.S. 

Lynette a, M.T. -part time employee 

• — part time employee 
SCP)— part time empl^ 
M.T. (AflCP)— pert time employee 

M.T. (ASCP>— part time employee 
Bchals-Foralgn trained Histo Technologist 

tant II 

II 
hntcal Assistant I 
Laboratory Technical Assistant II 
Moratory Tech: sstant II 

Srmdi Kraak. Lai Technics 

MPratnry T+ehntcal Assistant I 

tory Technical Assistant I 
Brynn Kesstor, Laboratory TechnicaJ Assistant I 
Irene Menuet. Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Students a<iim . . . 

pining training . 
in training 



DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES 

1959-1960 1960-1961 

. 81,882 

Inic Laboratories 

W* ..-., 62.: 

180,118 \$\ 

Biochemistry . 279,045 

,, , , . 51,977 

Parasitology L>4,12r> 2:< 

• Hology 

nerftl ... . ... . .. 290,349 

ratagtoui . . . 54.234 

Tuberculosis & Mycology ....... 63,671 

Hematology 26 

Basal Metabolic Labs 1,276 

amy TV 

y Laboratory , , , 31,978 

real Diagnostic Clinic: , ........ 239 

Virology . . . 10,71 2 

LAKD TOTAL . . 1.160,367 1.065,541 



SURGICAL PATHOLOGY 

1959-1960 1960*196! 

Surgical .1 sectioned 18,176 

Tukine I'nk , . . , 6,936 — 10. 

r. Cm: .„ 6,668—3:' 

Independent Unit 3^ 

Con —frozen sections 724 



•Will be eligible f^r Registry Examination in 1962. 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADiOL< 137 

PATHOLOGIC ANATOMY 

Total Number of Deaths , ;- t 945 

Coroner Cases Unavailable for Autopsy 520 

La. State Anatomical Board 26 

Bodies Available for Autopsy ,...,..., 2,399 

Autopsled 1640 — 6S.4% 

Stillborns , 241 

Stlllborns Autopsled , „ « 172 71.1% 

Dead on Arrival— Auto psled , . . . 68 

Total Number of Autopsies 1,005 

Total Number of Coroner Cases 1,249 

Coroner Cases Autopsled by Hospital 729 — 57,5% 

PASTEUR INSTITUTE 

Total patients admitted to Pasteur Clinic 719 

■ur treatment administered 13 

Patients under observation 70S 

MORGUE 

Trips to wards by Autopay Assistants to convey deceased bodies to 

Morgue . , , . . , , , . 3 ( 27l 

Burials prepared; 

Bodies (mostly stlllborns) ..; 43 

Organs t . , a !70 

Use of Morgue Amphitheatre 

Sessions Hours 

Clinical Pathological Conferences 221 %%i 

Tulane Classes ., ..,, 462 470 

L.S.U. Classes , # . 120 I2fl 

Independent Pathology (teaching) . . . 303 



1S8 CHARITY HOSPITAL^- 1*60-1981 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

REPORT FROM BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY 

Blood: 

Suffar 53.06T 

*-'«** ■ • - 5MU 

T " rlc A eld . . . , . . . . . . . ........... 

I snlne . , ......... . . . .....,, 5^31* 

• !<le . . . * . * . . , . ...... . 18*510 

■-- 16.984 

Cholesterol •«.*..,,. 

Bilirubin . , , , . 

Calcium , ................. ...... 

Phosphorus 11*37] 

B-s.p i| 4 o: 

A lhumin . . 

nttn ............ . . . . ....... 

Total Protein . lo!&42 

Acid Phosphatase ...... ...... . . . 

Alkaline Phosphatase . , . . . 

Cephalin Flocculatlon ».»*»...••...*,..*.. 

Thymol Turbidity ...... * 6*571 

Amylase ............ ...... jjfl 

Lipase . . 

Vitamin C , . . . . . . . . o 

1 n Ide ........ ....... 

$0 Hed , g 

Salicylate , , . , 95 

Sulfathlazol© . , ^ 

N.P.N. , . . . . 

Fibrinogen . . \&$ 

Creatine . 



ma 
Potassiums 






Transaminases ........ 

Urine: 

t T rea ., 10? 

Sugu r ....... $ 

Chloride . . . . . 40 

t " roblllno^en ,,,,.. . . , 

«»* '■'■'■ 48 

'-e Jones . . , ............... 55 

1 1 ine 

V rlc Acid 

( r^atlnlnc . . . . . ^4 

sum , . # 44 

Protein [ 2Crt > 

Porphyrins ..........**.*...,.,*.. „ . 

Sodiums , . . . 



Potassiums 
Sulkowltz 
rnlne 



$6 
40 



Phosphorus ........p.................... , 

Phenyl pyru v ic * \ 

Miscellaneous 43 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOO V 139 



Spinal Fluid: 

*?*** 2.314 

Chloride 2 5fi g 

Total Protein . . . , ]'. " \\ \\ .' ' ' " \\ \\\\\ \.\\\\ \\ V ". ...... \...\ V. //. V. 4^295 

Stool: 

Bile . g 

Urobilinogen [ .[ [. ['. ,\ \\ \\ \\ \\\ \\ .]][[ ,....,] ...... .. 3$ 

Trypsin . , M 

f « ../:.////://;::.;:..;v.v;.:";.v;.:::;;: ' 

Stone Analysis: 

Kidney ..,,...,, .......;«...., ft 

eellaneous , , \7 ."."."." .\ ' .' . . * . '.".". .\\\" .Ill 29 

Total ■ - - wiau 

REPORT FROM GENERAL DIAGNOSTIC BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY 

Cultures; 

* lo0<! ■• . 9,377 

Pu « - • ■ - „ . „ . 9,359 

Spinal fluid , 931 

Eye .......,,. .,«....•.»**♦*•.• .»«« . 2 26S 

Nose and throat 2 350 

Sr 111 * - - - — - . ' ' ! ■ - 1 " ! ! 1 ! '. V. h!962 

St0ols • * ■ • - 2,765 

Snu turns . . , • •.«•.•..•*.., . . . . , 2 137 

MicroaerophiUc . ....[[.[.. 2o!l)62 

Anaerobic cultures , . < . /....,[[ aoo 

Autopsy cultures ...[...[[ esq 

Miscellaneous , . . . ........ ..-*.,.. 3 470 

Identification Tests: 

Azide ..*..■ **....., 1,350 

Coagulase * , , *«...#•«. 4, 843 

Oxidase . . . ... ,.[[].] .[[[[[ 5 J95 

Ehrlichia test 1 040 

Bile solubility ...,.,].[..... l[ofi2 

stains: 

Gram . . . , . . . . . . . . . . 35,348 

Albert's , , . , 18 

Serological tests , ..... 1,030 

Organisms isolated Z7* t BG9 

Sensitivities , .,.-..'.., 124*207 

M • ■ * • - , 270,771 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

CuJtu 

Blood 1,919 

p us . . . . . 744 

Spinal fluid ... t ... l,74g 

Nose & Throat • ... ...*.. 3 P 0S0 

Urine . . , . 157 

Stools 3,231 

Sputum 28 

M icroaerophilic • ••••.«•.•»•••* ,........, 5.304 

Sensitivity tests ... 11,119 

Serological typings 6,072 

Identification Tests: 

Coagulase 1 391 



14M CHARITY HOSPITAI^-1960-1961 

Oxidase ............ . . . . 3.S57 

Ehrlich's testa . . , . 308 

Bile solubility M77 

Lns: 

Gram . . 9,451 

Albert's . ...... 3Sa 

Organisms isolated . . S.660 

Miscellaneous .................. . . 135 

Total . . . . . 66,042 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— TUBERCU LOSIS UNIT 

Smears » » » ..^ , 11,135 

Concentrations . . . 11.135 

Cultures - * 2 

Neutral Red Tests . 2,182 

Sensitivities . . 3SS 

Catalase Tests . . . ♦ . . 679 

Miscellaneous . .... . . * . .... T «... * , 

Total , 47,808 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— MYCOLOGY UNIT 

Specimens received .,*,.*...,.,.. * . 2,763 

Tests Performed: 

Wet Preparations . . 

Cultures 

Miscellaneous .......-...+-.... 

Total , 7,236 

Grand Total 65.044 

REPORT FROM VIRUS LABORATORY 

Throat Swabs, Garglings and Aspirated Fluid Specimens 

Specimens received * 1 S8 

Test performed: 

1 , Egg Inoculations 

2 Neutralization Tests 

3. Tissue Cultures , 473 

Stool Specimens 

Specimens received . . . , ©78 

Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculations 

2- Egg Inoculations ................................ 

3. Neutralization Tests 

4. Tissue Cultures . 1,133 

331 nod Specimens 

Specimens received ............ 3£S> 

Test performed: 

1, Mouse Inoculation , 

2, Egg Inoculation , 

3, Tissue Cultures 

4, Complement Fixation Tests - 

5, Neutralisation Tests 

Spinal Fluid Specimens 

Specimens received ... 67 

Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculation . . , 

2. Egg Inoculation , , 

3. Tissue Cultures 134 

i Neutralization Tests 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOlO^ m 



Brain and Other Tissue Specimens 

Specimens received . , . -m 

Test performed; 

1 . Mouse Inoculation * , 

2, Egg Inoculation . . . . " J: 

3* T Utures .. 1J 

4- Neutralization Testa . . . . . >•■>-.... &u 

H ^S?I? tin f tlo,ls and Hemagglutination Inhibition T 335 

I nt.ii Specimens Received } :u - 

TOTAL . 

' ' * 

REPORT FROM HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY 

Hemoglobin 

Rea Blood Cell Count ' "'" " " •••■•• W* 

White Blood Cell Count*;"; ' , ??J 

Differential Cell Count ......///] -.-..... 1,580 

Hematocrit . * . . t * " " * ' " •■»---- 1,580 

Efroent&tion Rate "!!!".;!".! ' ' " ' 1,5S1 

Wet Preparations ...\ ]!"!!!!!!! ! 1 ' 033 

i ti Corpuscular Volume /// ^ 5 f 

■■in Corpuscular Hemoglobin ////// " '""" ?j? 

ocular Hemoglobin Concentration /////'" Ill 

I iculocyte Count 949 

Platelet Count .... •■•*••• ijjh 

Prothrombin . . !!!!!!!!! V 130 

brombin Consumption \' ! I + * * ,Z t« 

gility 3 

Coagulation and bleeding "time ." . " " * " * -2 

Retract ion , , . . . " " us 

Heterophlle Antibody Reaction J 4 

Beef Cell Absorption * ■ ■ 228 

Guinea Pig Absorption ///./[ '"* " * 

Bone Marrow " + * B 

Bone Marrow Smears //////////I -*••-- 324 

Bone Marrow Sections //// A ??r 

td Agglutinations • * ' " l %l 

Eosinophil Count ' '•"• ;* 

Coomb's Test \\\ "*')***'" "'"■** e 

Xu E. Preparations Ill'// " __J 

Rumpel Leede /// 8 ** 

ive Proteins !!!!!!! ■*-•*♦■ 66 

,sis: " " " * " ' " 15 ° 

Protein 

lU-moglobln 29 ° 

■ 299 

TOTAL .., r--— - 

* * -■ + ....«....,.,. m __ 5 S^S 

REPORT FROM PARASITOLOGY LABORATORY 

ars for Trophozoites tJM , 

:ttions for ova and cysts '" ** ???« 

Cultures for Trophozoites //////// j 

Proctoscopic examinations " a $ 

: swabs . . . . * " *J 

MaiaHa '/////////////// a 

Thick drop for main ria . , .//.Ill /.III f 

Iron hematoxylin stains .,., ,J 

-Jit Blood . . . . . .■,."■•/'" * ai o 

Pat Stains . „// ' 3 '°1? 

Papanicolaou Stains + ft if 

:« lysis ;;;;;;;;;;;;;";;;;;;;;;; it 

Miscellaneous /I/ ./ ///.// ' in* 

TOTAL , ti _ ^j^ 



H2 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1 960- 1061 



REPORT FROM SEROLOGY LABORATORY 

Blood Kolmers: 

Positive . . . . 3 974 

Negative , . . . ../.[[[ l t 27B 

Ant I- complementary ■ « . p [\ \\ \\ * 90 

Unsatisfactory + , . . . . . . ..#......" 175 

Tot ** — " 5,517 

Quantitative Klomers: 
Blood: 

Positive , 14 g 

Negative • [',[['[ 130 

Total , . M ¥ " 278 

Quantitative VDRLt: 
Blood; 

Positive 2 BBS 

Negative , , . ....... 2 ,S73 

Total - 4 h 94i 

Blood VDRL: 

Positive . . b 4 9e3 

N>«ativ© , 44pll0 

T'nsatisfactory «.....,.,,,. .,....,,. 71 

Total " 49444 

Spinal Fluid Kolmer*: 

Positive J69 



Negative ! 737 

Unsatisfactory , mr ///.[[ * 7fi 

Total 



1.981 



Spinal Fluid VDRLs; 

Positive gg 

Negative . . []]][ M 03 

Unsatisfactory , 844 

Total .. . , . _ . , " lr98l 

Colloidal Gold Tests 1,762 

Spinal Fluid Ceil Counts . 174 

Spinal Fluid Globulin 7 

™ al - - * 1,943 

TOTAL » ' 66.7S5 

ASO Titers w „ t 54 6 

Latex Tests , . f ..,,.♦. 532 

Agglutinations: 

Typhoid "O" _ S 57 

Typhoid "H" 856 

Paratyphoid _ ¥ g 51 

B. abortus , . . „ [[] Sfil 

Proteus OX 19 , [...[,.].[] 850 

Tularenses .....•'/.... ".!!!!! 31 

Totai ■ " 4.306 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 



143 



Immuno- Hematology 

ABO Typings . 362 

Rh. (D> Typings 363 

Genotype Studies . , 321 

Antibody Studies . ........ 241 

Antibody Titrations . . , 52 

Transfusion Reactions . 61 

Coombs . . . . 373 

Total ....... - 1,772 

GRAND TOTAL 72,941 

REPORT FROM COLORED OUT-PATIENT CLINIC LABORATORY 

Urine examinations , 48,758 

Blood pictuj '- 

Hemoglobin . . . . . . 16,249 

White cell count 14,892 

Red cell count 113 

Differential count - 18,798 

Sedimentation rale . . . 1,255 

Reticulocyte count 178 

Platelet count . . 16 

Sickle cells , 1,171 

i latocrit 20 T l 1 1 

Clot reaction ........ ........ 

Coagulation time 289 

Bleeding time . , 289 

Bacteriological smear examinations 3$ 5 

Eye cultures made . . . . . 547 

PhenolsulphonphtliaJein determinations 58 

Glucose Tolerance collected . . * 

Flshbergg . . 5 

Urea Clearance . . . I 

Urine Acetones . — . 629 

L« Bile . . 203 

Specimens Collected — .. 47,264 

TOTAL 168,526 

REPORT FROM WHITE OUTPATIENT CLINIC LABORATORY 

I " rlne Examinations ................... 9,955 

Blood pictures: 

Hemoglobin 6,824 

Red cell count .....: SS 

White cell count ■ 7,QM 

Differential count ♦ * - 6,029 

Sedimentation rates . 002 

Reticulocyte count . , . . , 48 

Platelet count ■ - .. .....•*.......... . 

Hematocrit . ■ .,- 7,17* 

Clot retraction - 

Coagulation time . 83 

Bleeding time 81 

Bacteriological smear examinations HO 

cultures made , ».•■*- 397 

Phenolsuiphonphtfaalein determinations , 17 

■■ i«e tolerance collected . . . . ..,. 1 39 

Fishbergs - * 

Urine acetones 196 

Urine bile ...:.. 72 

Specimens collected ...,....►. 19,526 

TOTAL . . . . 58,602 



144 AKITY HOSPITA 1^-1960-1901 



REPORT FROM HISTOPATHOLOGY LABORATORY 

Surreal slides completed .,, 

Autopsy slides completed „ . . . V 

Frow-n sections '" 

special slides — mains "--.""!! i i "!! i !!!! i i "!!!!!!!"! ! i 

TOTAr - •■■- - !""sis 

REPORT FROM EMERGENCY LABORATORY 
Spinal Fluid: 

smears . . 

***** - .."!--*"."."»;;.*!*!;.■;;;; ■ 144 

• u w» — ..«..-» , i« 

chlorides _ " * * * ™ 

Blood chemistry; 

urea-nitrogen 

«»«** » ....:...;.„. ■■"" I 1 ?;! 

^ ride « ::::; ::::::::::;:::;:;;: 

nq>iiM»"l!!"!*!!!l! ****■ ' ■ : 

bilirubins ,.."!!!* a?- 

Blood counts: 

nte blood cells .^.. ia 

differential . , - . - ^\" " .\\" ! !.\" " ." ] .' 

hematocrits •••••..•.,■•••.......*,.,..».)* 

Urinalyses , t 

Cultures 

Prothrombin Times !!!!"" "\\\\" 

■ellaneous . , ,/./....[ 

TOTAL • ~^Ti 

REPORT FROM VENEREAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY 

Dark* fold examinations 

Scrapings for Donovan bodies , , ' 

Frc-i skin tests 

Wurthln Starry /./..// 

* Stains , [ t \ [[ t [ ..,.][.[ [ m ] o- 

™ T -" - 

REPORT FROM BASAL METABOLIC LABORATORY 
Total for Year ........ 

REPORT FOR PREGNANCY TESTS 

Total for Year , _ 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July I, 1960 — June 30, 1961 








PATIENTS— WHITE 




PATlENTS^-COLORED 




New Patients 


Ward 




Total 


New Patioota 


Ward 


Clinic 


Total 


1P60 


!0 
46 
43 
43 
40 

S3 
47 
M 

m 

44 

47 


7*H 
088 

iei 

673 
GOT 

488 

i l 

584 
60S 
680 

<M$ 
H3 


338 
404 
391 
S74 
too 
300 

p.] 

464 
400 
WO 
5S7 
BIS 
487 


1.Q77 
1.047 

1828 

1,048 
1,017 
1.180 
1,161 
1,200 
t.OSfl 


78 
4S 
45 
S3 
87 
ft 

67 
37 
U 

64 
45 
50 


491 

601 
411 
S20 
355 
317 

540 
441 

486 

aao 


tril 
|8B 

587 
525 
4*8 

450 

570 

S55 
Ml 
039 

510 


052 
1 036 


August . , . . . ' ■ ■ 

.Se|>tr ruber , « ......... 

< tefcober * 


078 

1,054 

BSfi 


ilXT . , , 






i. no 

076 




1,041 


March.. ...... 

fi£* ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :""■" 


033 
007 


TOTAtfl 


986 


7,377 


S.272 


12,640 


621 


G t m 


6,425 


it.asi 



Total... 

Grand Total. 



While 
Colored 



12,640 
U.QfiS 



24,303 



Total Treatment* 

Total Padenl* 1 Visits 

Total Sew Patients 

Total Number WorLin* Days... 

Daily Aversw Treatment* 

Daily Average P»lieniB. ... 




PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July I f I960 — June 30, 1961 



i'*0 

Jdy 

taut 
BaptMabv 

Ootobor 
November 



Red 



JjlllUAry . 



March 
April 

June. 



To™*. .... lju 



102 
73 
90 
86 

133 

m 



m 

101 

H« 

ISO 
144 



Di*. 



ue 
in 

117 
103 
141 



21? 
S3t 

21ft 

Jill 

136 



rsoa 



Whiil 



m 

524 
IN 
M 

ass 

330 



375 
347 

421 
41U 
356 



4.641 



Mia 



97 
101 
131 
LlN'i 
149 
115 



N3 
155 
176 
111 

m 



Tbrr, 
El. 



l\V. 



1,4*1 

Lin 

2,032 
1,655 



2.038 

1 .7vH 

1,929 
1.875 



KB53 22,518 



20 
130 
fM 
S3 



107 
J17 
133 
144 
179 
153 



Freq. 
Curr< 



1,382 



79 

140 

105 



142 

130 
|tt 
187 
1(11 
166 



1.543 



Kl>, 



link 



HI 

no 

Ml 

197 
208 



255 

185 
341 

208 

tn 

in 



2,553 



Ml 



51 

ai 

*i 
» 

77 

M 



134 
84 
131 
151 
193 
138 



Total 



3,035 
3,540 

3,314 

t t m 

2,077 
2,744 



3,537 
3. 149 

3,520 

i.tii 

3,747 
3.101 



2 

o 

as 



45 



urn 



\n. 



537 



C)Iijckd« 1, 
ftndiii 
Qtlvuk 

Sinusoid*! 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 





WHITE 


COLORED 


Grand 
Total 




T.B, 


Ward 


Uinir 


Pdio 


Total 


XB. 


Ward 


Clinic 


Polio 


Total 


IMS 

July 


07 

n 

85 

87 

76 

45 

n 

171 
12* 
138 
169 


75$ 
710 
650 
587 
605 
481 

650 
635 
701 
091 
729 
555 


652 
6T« 
67* 
652 
741 
693 

m 

047 
1,116 
1,109 

1.0SO 


139 
140 
ISO 
200 
114 
142 

128 
90 
ft] 
SO 
45 
IS 


1.518 
1,015 

i;&oa 

1.5-2(1 
1,496 
1,361 

1J38 
l.5ftt 
1J70 
1,972 
t,06] 
1.828 


12 
9 
18 
13 
30 
20 

2* 
12 
14 
22 
55 
28 


613 
720 
SOL 
000 
354 
370 

569 
468 
530 
445 
408 
564 


7» 
1.121 
1 046 
1,016 
1.044 

017 

1J04 
034 
044 

i,m 

1.154 

m 


75 
75 
43 
34 
33 
71 

95 
82 
6J 
16 
H 

n 


IJ90 
1 ,^25 
I f 606 
1,863 
1,511 
1.383 

l.T'l! 
1.408 
1.550 
1,521 
I.S60 
1.673 


3,008 


August, ♦,....,. 


3,540 


September 


3.214 


October ,,,,. 


3.189 


November • «■»■»;#*.»■••*.■• 

Dwember. . t , . . , , . . ....„» , 


2.977 
2.744 


1061 

January , 

February . ■ . , . 


3.5L>7 
1,118 


March ... r 


3,520 


April 


3,493 


May .... 


3., 747 


June. *.,..*.., ,.,*.. , 


3,401 






Totals , . , , 


1.237 


7.742 


9 T 097 


1.368 


20.343 


254 


6.142 


13,087 


712 


10.175 


39.517 







I 

§ 

H 

O 

m 

X 

m 
o 






148 iAHlTY HOSPlTAL^10ttM9fli 



ANNUAL REPORT 

ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 

July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 



^ J*Jl 1*< thr ° u ? h Jun * *»• »«■ The figures refer to the number 

Of electrocar^iogmmii taken in each month, and to the cumber of arterial 

ii saturation studies, cardiac catheterizations, angiocardiograms and 

cardiac fltlorfwr-riTiln AVfim{fl^i An . * •***■«. 



^ m Th Ttit CC , 0m t^^iw K ^^ " haws the work Performed in the Heart S; 

from July 1, im through June SO, 196]. The figures refer to the number 

■h monr 

cardiac fluoroscopic examinations. 

Many sound tracings of the heart were made during the current vea* 
t ^ *«?****"■ *w months Is not available although the data were 
placed In the patient's records. 

(h P^^f.f "7 ar <*n«<w Stoics were conducted every afternoon, Mondav 
through Friday, in order to maintain a closer check on patients with heart 
disease There was also a pediatric clinic which j s conducted every Friday. 

L Electrocardiograms 

Ju *y WiS January ,, * * m 

Atifc^-- 3 P 421 February .,.,..... 

r U» March Vm 

October .... 3,536 April 

November £ , 86e May ***£ 

* .. 2,628 June ., .... ;;;; ^ 

TOTAL 40,305 

IL Arterial oxygen saturation studies 

riL Cardiac catheterizations , 

IV. Angiocardiograms . . , t m 4 . , 

V. Cardiac fluoroscopic examinations 



195 
10$ 



Respectfully submitted, 
/s/ LOUIS LEVY, u, M 

r.r.u-co K»ui*vr. n. w.i.. 



BRA1X WAYK STATION U9 



ANNUAL REPORT 
BRAIN WAVE STATION 
July l t 1960 — June 30, 1961 

following is the annual report of th« Department of Electroen- 
cephalography for the year 19G0-1961. 

July iflfifi January 1961 98 

August February fiS 

September &0 March SS 

October 99 April . - 93 

ember... 7« 86 

December 79 June , - ■ &7 

AL EEG RECORDINGS ■ l * n2 

TOTAL. FETAL HEART RECORDINGS 4»3 

The notable drops in output for some of the months being: reported 
were due variously to repainting of laboratory, repainting of 4th floor, 
repair work in adjacent wards and above laboratory on 5th floor, general 
noisiness of PA system arid personnel in the krea, ail of which activities 
created a noise level at which EEG recording was impossible or ineffectual. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/«/ H. THARP POSEY, M.D. 

H. Tharp Posey, M.D. 
Director. 

Brain Wave Station 
HTP:ag 



150 CHARITY HOSPITAD-1M0-1961 

ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 

AND BLOOD BANK 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

The following Is the annua! report concerning- the Department of 
Anesthesia, Inhalation Therapy and Blood Bank for the fiscal year or 
June 30, mi. 

In round numbers 23,000 anesthetics were administered by the Department 
In the operating rooms and in oth* i of the hospital, including- the 

trtoal Division. Forty -two students completed the one year course 
in Anesthesiology Five residents completed their training*. Eight residents 
who completed their training in the Department and took the 
examination of the American Board of Anesthesiology June, I960 
successful. 

The American Board of Anesthesiology is contemplating extending the 
residency training to three years. The American Association of Nurse 
Anesthetists* likewise, is contemplating extending th-> course to eighteen 
months. This change will become effective for students beginning training 
after July I, 1942. 

Sudden death of Dr. James Johnson, Associate Anesthesiologist, in 
February came as a blow to the members of the staff. He was replaced 
temporarily by Dr. (X J. Rene gar. Dr. Patricia Milazsjo and Di 

p were appointed by the Board of Administrators as full time 
iti the Department effective the first of July. The total 
full lime staff In now five. This will be a vast improvement in our Dei 
ment, since it will strengthen the clinical teaching and supervision. 
Sixteen residents are presently enrolled In training and 40 nurses. The 
Board of Administrators increased the resident quota to 20 effective July 
lst P 1962 + The Board or Administrators appointed the pi 
of the position of Director of Anesthesia ai distant 1 

authority to excute policies pertaining to 12th floor mat: 

The Inhalation Therapy Department has been gradu&Us 
Additional I.P.P.B. machines were purchased. A service for treatment of 
chronic pulmonary diseases is gradually developing In which techm- 
will be utilised to give the service required Instead of residents. 

The Blood Bank has functioned admirably. Plans have been tn. ■...]. 
expand the facilities in the over-crowded Donor's Station by acquiring the 
space occupied by the library which will be moved to the sixth flo 

The total number of donors varied little from totals of previous y. 
A total of 21,622 donors were accepted; 18,222 units of blood were rel. 
for tranfuslon; 125,846 laboratory pi concerning typing, mati 

were performed. 

Sincerely yours. 

/s/ JOHN ADR1AXI, M.D., 

Director 

Department uf Anesthesia 

JA:mg 



lAWft STATION 151 



ANNUAL REPORT 

LUNG STATION 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

During the fiscal year 19fiO-196l P the same type of services were offered 
:«e "Lung Station as in the previous year. With the additions of new 
equipment and additional technical help, preparation for expanded services 
of more specialized type was made* This has involved considerable assist- 
ance by the electrical engineer, Mr, Dan Kirkley, and obtaining a large 
series of studies on normal Individuals m order to establish standards for 
this new equipment. The extent of these studies is not included in this 
annual report. 

Routine ventilatory studies were performed on 462 patients. In addition* 
T50 patients were more extensively studied for evaluation of emphysema and 
similar obstructive ventilatory diseases. Respiratory studies were carried 
out on 91 patients, of which 65 had complete analysis of arterial gas tensions 
before and after exercise. 

Evaluation of the dynamics of breathing: and the distribution of venti- 
latory function were carried out on 160 patients. 

Special diagnostic studies were done on 447 occasions. These studies 
included drill biopsy of the lung, thoracentesis and pericardiocentesis, and 
the collection of bronchial exude stimulated by the inhalation of a h- 
aerosol of hypertonic saline and propylene glycol. 

Since the division of inhalation therapy has been established, demands 
en our time for such services have been further reduced. However, it has 
been necessary to continue such Inhalation therapy to a limited number of 
*ut patients for whom provisions have not been made in the inhalational 
therapy division. This type of therapy was given on 433 occasions. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/&/ JOHN H, SEABURY, M.D. 

John £L Seabury, M.D, 
Director, Lung Station 






162 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960- 



ANNUAL REPORT 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION 

July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 

This tm the annual report of the Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit for the 
il July 1. I960 — June 30, 1961, 

During the pear the unit has been changed from a V urd on 

W-n nine-bed ward on W-111S. Huring this period of tim* 

patient a w<re admitted to the in-patient unit for the management of the 
withdrawal syndrome. The unit hag run efficiently, as in 
The pa at. without any inordinate problems. 

Tt' 1 been some rumblings from the resident staff who care for 

tbe I 1 Many of them feel that the time involved in earing for them 

rig at more money than the $75 a month that they are now re- 
tf. This ha* become strikingly evident this year in that two chief 
medical residents, who automatically are assigned to the unit on the as- 
sumption of the chief residency, turned the job down and gave it to other 
Junior residentB. 

Respectful 1y, 

M JOHN B. BOBEAK. M^D. 

John B- Bobear, M.D. 

Director 

Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit 
JBB:pab 



OBSTETRICS PROGRAM 



153 



ANNUAL REPORT 
OBSTETRICS 

Fiscal Year 1960*1961 

ADULTS 

Discharges , . 12,744 

Transfers , 3s 

Deaths . . . , . , , 6 

Total Deliveries - 10,539 

Total Sections . 484 

NEWBORNS 

Discharges 9,888 

Transfers . . . . . 28 

Deaths . . . , 65 

Exchange Transfusions . ..... . 121 

Circumcisions 24 

Tulare Independent L.S.U. Total 

White Deliveries 368 202 292 862 

Colored Deliveries 3,549 2,274 3,8&4 9,677 

Total deliveries 3,917 2,476 4,146 10,539 

Total live births 3,881 2,459 4,086 10,426 

Sections 190 123 1T0 483 

Stillbirths 71 43 90 204 

Petit 36 15 44 95 

Prematures 240 137 216 602 

Twins 69 39 72 ISO 

Triplets 1 1 1 S 

rles prior to admit 92 64 HB 271 

Adult deaths ..,♦. 2 1 3 6 

TULANE STATISTICS FISCAL YEAR 1960-1961 









z 5 

July 21 

August 36 

mber ... 32 

38 

mber ... 26 

mber ... 33 

January ..... 39 

February .... 33 

March 25 

April 26 

May .. 35 

April 2$ 

Total .. 363 



i£ 

UD 

298 
351 
390 
351 
308 
332 
326 
259 
235 
217 
215 
217 



> 



319 
387 
422 
389 
334 
365 
365 
292 
260 
243 
250 
243 



319 
385 
424 
383 
331 
363 
362 
888 
256 
241 

241 



19 
21 
23 
IS 
13 
10 
14 
16 
7 
16 
17 
16 






u. 

2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
6 
4 
2 
4 
3 
4 
3 



« B- n 
0. sb 



-o 3i 
,< IS 



ir o a 



27 
30 
26 
19 
18 
B9 
17 

8 
15 
17 
22 

9 



5 
8 

11 
4 
3 

10 
7 
2 

7 



5 
6 
g 
S 
11 
8 
7 
S 
9 
9 
8 
9 







1* 
1 











3,549 3,917 3381 190 71 



249 70 92 



•Velma Burnes (T47-2B7988) Patient delivered a stillborn and expired 
ilane Medicine (C504). 



L54 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-1061 



STATISTICS FOR INDEPENDENT SERVICE 

FISCAL YEAR 1MM961 

J^y 1« 1S3 209 207 14 4 2 1$ 4 4 

August ...... 20 243 263 266 « 6 17 9 11 

September ... 20 254 274 271 12 6 1 11 3 4 

October 17 225 242 238 10 5 3 16 4 6 

November ... 22 216 237 239 12 2 12 4 

December .... 17 189 206 205 9 4 12 3 ft fl 

January 17 206 223 220 8 3 1 4 1? 

February .... 14 101 175 178 9 11 3 3 

March 21 150 171 168 9 2 2 6 1 1 

t pril n 1U 1S1 149 11 4 1 10 a 5 9 

M *y 15 147 162 158 12 6 2 15 4 ft 4 

Jun * 6 157 163 160 11 2 3 11 2 4 ft 

TotAl 202 2,274 2,476 2^59 123 43 15 137 40 66 f 

NOTE 1 Statistics for the Independent Service were computed through June 



L.S.U. STATISTICS FISCAL YEAR 1960-1961 



■July 21 370 391 388 

August 21 355 370 36a 

September ♦.. 24 427 451 446 

October . 21 357 378 372 

November ... 26 825 351 344 

December 33 301 334 332 

January ...„, 22 32R 350 343 

February 22 335 357 356 

March 32 279 311 310 

April 22 237 259 248 

May » , , 27 235 262 261 

June 21 305 326 317 



IS 

14 
16 
15 
20 
15 
U 
20 
15 
4 
t 
13 



14 
5 
8 
8 
8 
3 
9 
7 
4 
9 
9 
6 



4 

5 
7 
6 
2 
3 
2 
1 
3 
4 
2 
5 



37 
22 
24 
8 
17 
15 
12 
19 
15 
10 
13 
24 



14 
3 

10 
8 
3 
4 
4 
7 
6 
2 
10 
2 



Total 292 3,854 4,146 4,086 170 90 



6 
IS 

3 
15 

9 
13 
11 
12 

S 

5 
S 

2 





6 

1 



1 





44 216 73 lis 



PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY RACE: 

Whit© 

Negro ' 



PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY SERVICES: 

Tulane 

Independent . , , , 

LJS.YJ " 



PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY CAESAREAN SECTION 
MATERNAL MORTALITY: 

(Deaths per total number of adult discharge) : 

PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES IN STILLBORNS. 

PER !NFANTS E ° r DEL|VER|ES RESULTING IN PREMATURE 



8.19<* 



37.16<* 
22.50** 
39.33<v 



0.0479^ 



THE TUMOR REGISTRY 155 

ANNUAL REPORT 
THE TUMOR REGISTRY 
July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

The active administration of this program la delegated to the Director 
of the Tumor Registry through a governing Board of Directors, The Board 
*f Directors consists of nine mem hers representative of six institutions. 

TUMOR REGISTRY BOARD 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 
Dr, Deo J. Kerne 
Dr. Manuel Garcia 

Louisiana State University School of Medicine 
Dr. W. W. Frye 
Dr, Ronald A. Welsh 

Tutane University School of Medicine 

Dr, E. T. Krementz, Chairman of the Board 
Dr, R, C Smith 

American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division 
Dr* Charles Sprague 

Louisiana State Board of Health 
Dr. John M, Br 1 ; 

Louisiana State Medical Society 
Dr. Ambrose Storck 

REGISTRY STAFF 

The operation of the Registry is carried out by a staff of nine em- 
ployees, which includes the Administrative Director. There were two resig- 
nations during the fiscal year, that of the Administrative Assistant and 
the Analytic Assistant. 

MEDICAL CONSULTANT 

Following recommendations of the Board at the 1060 annual meeting, 
Robert F. Kyan was appointed to this position in the latter part of 

June. Dr, Ryan, who is also on the Record Committee of the hospital, meets 

with the staff In the Registry once weekly. Dr. Ryan reviews the patient's 
ItaJ charts on abstracting and coding problems. In addition, he gives 

medical lectures on anatomy, diagnosis, histological type of i nage 

Of disease, therapy, etc. 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT 

Three of the sponsoring agencies lend financial support, namely, 
Ay Hospital; the American Cancer Society: and the State Board of 
Health, In addition, certain monies are provided through a cost reim- 
bursement contract with the Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Cea- 
itional Cancer Institute. Thus, support Is derived from a total 
of four agencies, 

STATISTICAL CONSULTANTS AND OTHER ADVISORY CONSULTANTS 

American Canoer Society, Inc., New York City 

Dr. E, Cuyler Hammond and Mr, Herbert Seldman 
Dr. John F. King and Mr. Abraham Ringel 

National Cancer Institute (CCNSC), Bethesda, Maryland 
Dr. Sidney J. Culter: Mrs, William I, Lou He, Jr, 
Mrs, Paula Bay lis 



156 CHARITY HOSPITALS 960-1961 

DESCRIPTION OF WORK CARRIED OUT BY THE STAFF 

non and Identification of cases to be included in the H< 

according to established criteria. 
(2) The abstracting and coding of new cases 

Follow-up information on the individual patient for the lif, 

of the patient*. 
(4 » Bhnterlixg the medical case abstract Information and fullow-i 

formation on IBM punch cards. 

(6) Carrying out electric machine accounting for statistical r- 
and other related work. 

j'nrikTi paiion in inter-agency programs, 

(7) Carrying out the work required for special studies. 

INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE REGISTRY 

(1) An annual statistical report to the medical staff of the hospital 
to Indicate the size and nature of the cancer case load 
hospital. 

(2) AssIm Individual doctors for special studies directed t 
research, teaching or demonstration, including materia,! used for 
publication, 

(3) Information on the operational Registry 
hospitals ml setting up registries of t 
vising and expanding existing* registries. 

(4) Follow-up information on patients to other I 

I lent Is also known. 

■Emitting data to the Cancer Chemotherapy National Sen 
Bter of the National Cancer Institute 
(6) Other special reports as requi -d miscellaneous 

STATUS OF THE TUMOR REGISTRY RECORDS ON MALIGANT 
NEOPLASMS 

19 S records on punch cards for a 12 year period 1948*3959 
1,674 annual average of new cases for this period 

STATISTICAL REPORT 

A second overall statistical analysis i* being prepared at th- 
Office In New York City of the American Cancer Society, Inc. This 

1 under the direction of Dr. E. I Cammond 

Mr. Herbert Seidman Air. Seidman Is Chief of statistical Anal 

ClHtical H Section of the Medical Affairs l>> - . 

UndoubUMy, information from this analysis will 

to Include In this annual fiscal report. However, copies of the an 
will be distributed to the medical staff and additional copies will 
able In the Registry to others interested. It ure, certain I 

the incidence and survival of cancer patient* will be included In the annual 
report. 

ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

DUPLICATE DECK OF PUNCH CARDS TO THE NATIONAL CANCER 
INSTITUTE HWV 

In July i960, 17,385 punch cards and a transmittal 
to the Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Center in Bet: 
land. The mechanical conversion of these cards from the Re&i-i 
to ihe Uniform Punch code was carried out by the Service Bureau 
under the direction of the Director of the Registry. 

PREPARATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF STATISTICAL TABLES 
During August I960, twenty two statistical tables prepared in the 
istry were distributed to the medical id others inr 

comrof . 



THE TV MOB REGISTRY 167 



FOURTH NATIONAL CANCER CONFERENCE, MINNEAPOLIS, SEP- 
TEMBER 12-15, 1960 AND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE END RE- 
SULTS GROUP, CCNSC 
These meetings were attended by Dr. Krementz, Chairman of the 
Tuaior Registry Board and ogan. Director of the Registry- Data 

from this Registry was used and included in the publication, "Survival 
rience of Patents with Malignant Xeoplasms", Dr. Krementz appeared 
on the panel for the Panel Session on Cancer ot the Skin. 

The End Results Group, annual meeting was also held in Minneapolis 
September 12, with Dr. Krementz, Chairman of this group presiding 

APPOINTMENT OF DR. RONALD A. WELSH AS CANCER COORDINA- 
TOR, LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL AND 
AS A MEMBER OF THE TUMOR REGISTRY BOARD 

Dr. Welsh notified the Registry on & II, 19«0, that he had 

been appointed to this position, replacing Dr. EL X SSneUing; and offered 

to the I: .Subsequently, Dr. Welsh was named as a 

ber of the Tumor Registry Board. 

LETTERS OF APPRECIATION 

The members of the Tumor Registry Board pent letter* of appreciation 
'e Mrs. Marian Simmons who retired as Kxeeuti- r of the Louisi- 

ana Division of the Ai- er Society, and to Dr. K, J, Muelllng, 

ncer Coordinator :ii the Louisiana State University Medical School 
and member of the Tumor Registry Board. Dr. Muelling is now affiliated 
the University of Kentucky Medical School. 

DEATH OF DR. B. AUBREY SCHNEIDER (ScD.), AMERICAN CANCER 

SOCIETY, INC. 
The Registry received an official notice of the death of Dr. Schneider 

ptember 22, I960, from the National Office of the American Cancer 
Society, Inc., New York City. Dr, Schneider hail directed the work lis the 
reorganization and expansion of this Registry in June 1953 and subsequent- 
ly, Dr. Schneider was well known throughout the nation for his work in 
this field. 

ELfGILITY OF CANCER PATIENTS FOR MEDICAL CARE OR PERIODIC 
CHECK-UP EXAMINATIONS 

meeting was held In the Charity Hospital Board Room to set up a 

. on the eligibility of previously diagnosed cancer patients at this 

or continued medical care or medical observation. Present at this 

ng were Dr. Kerne, Dr. Borroughs. Dr. Krementz. Mr. Eiebetf and 

Mrs. Wogan. The decision was that these patients, with the exception of 

those who had become non-residents of the State, would be eligible for 

aued medical care. A notice to this effect was released on February 

SI, under the signature of Dr. Borroughs to fcfr, Heberu Miss Andries 

and Mrs. Wogan. The mechanics for handling these cases was worked out 

1 Us Carre and Mr. Hebert from the Admitting Department, Miss Andries 

the Out-patient Department and Mrs. Wogan from the Tumor Registry. 

QUALITY CONTROL CHECK OF CANCER RECORDS 

Mrs. Paula Bay 1 in from the National Cancer Institute (CCNSC), 
Beth* tyland spent ten clays in the Registry during February 10GI. 

(opling of abstracts, hospital records and coding was made as a quality 
heck, 

INSPECTION OF THE REGISTRY AND CANCER PROGRAM OF THE 

HOSPITAL BY A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE AMERICAN COL- 
LEGE OF SURGEONS 
Dr. James A. Kelson visited the Registry and Cancer facilities of the 
hospital on March 3 r 1961. Ur. Borroughs, Dr. Manuel Garcia and the 



158 CHARITY HOSPITAl^l&Sv-196l 

Registry Director assisted In filling in the questional^ form. The R, 
and the cancer program of the hospital have again been approved by tfc« 
American College of Surgeons and are so listed in that annual public 

WORKSHOP— NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE (CCNSC), BETHESDA 

MARYLAND 

This workshop was held March 23-25, 1961 and was attended by Dr. 
Medical Consultant. Mrs. Marjnrie Kr^nnerich. Analytic Assistant 
Mrs. Wogan, Director of the Registry, 

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE TUMOR REGISTRY BOARD 

This mating was held in the Registry on May IS, n»Gi. An annua- 
report covering activities, finances and recommendations was circulate 
to members of the Board prior to the meeting-. 

PUBLICITY AND INFORMATION RELEASED BY THE REGISTRY 

The Registry file on requests and release of information 
organized to Include the following breakdown. 

M) Copies of Information released to individual doctors filed by 
name of the doctor and cross referenced by subject matter/ 

12) Statistical and other data released and identity of Indlviilii. ; 
agencies receiving this d 

(3) Special studies — local and national 

(4) Information to other hospitals on the organiza 
procedures of the Registry. 

(5) Patient follow-up reports to other hospi 

(6) Reprints from published articles where information and assisl 
was provided from the Registry. 

C?) Exhibit material — lantern slides, etc, 
(8) Publicity 

In reviewing the Information on publicity it is of interest to note: 

sta te newspapers. June 29, I960, Dr, Jacques Peti 

Lausanne, Switzerland, In New Orleans as par- d States tour 

of American Cancer Society sponsored facilities, whet! interviewed made 
the following comment, "The Tumor Registry at Charity Hospital 
best I have seen thus far." 

I960 Annual Repoit of the Louisiana Division of the 
Society, a summary report on the Registry. 

Publications hy the Knd Results Groui ' of the 

Institute Included: 

"A National Cooperative Program for the Evaluation of End 
In Cancer.", Sidney J, Culler and Howard B. Luiourette, and ' Su 
perl en ee of Patients with Malignant ms." 

A review of the file on information released and v: 
representation from the following geographic locations: 

UNITED STATES: Louisiana; Texas; Arkansas; Mississippi 
Pennsylvania; Michigan; Massachusetts; Indiana; Missouri; Oklab 
Florida; Maryland; California; Illinois; New York; Conneticut- I 
Columbia; Georgia; Colorado; Wisconsin; Oregon: and North C 

FOREIGN COUNTRIES: France; Switzerland: Africa; Japan- 1 
slavia; Canada; Costa Rica; Scotland; Mexico; England; Australia- h 
and Holland, 



THE TUMOR REGISTRY IS* 

CONCLUSION 

It La rewarding to note a substantial increase In the use of Information 
from the Tumor Registry by the professional staff of Charity Hospital, The 
concensus of opinion is that a periodic evaluation of this material will be a 
euidlng force In the delineation of deficient areas in cancer diagnosis and 
thera | 

My, recognition of the Registry nationally and Internationally is 
of the fine reputation It has extablished as well as tts effective- 
ly** in the cancer program of this hO&pU 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ MARION WOOAN 

(Mrs.) Marion Wogan, Director 
Tumor Registry 
rnt 



160 



CHARITY HOSPITAI^1960-196l 



ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 

July 1, 1960^-June 30, 1961 

ADMISSIONS 
WHITE 

1960 Mates Boys Females 

Jul y ■< 518 167 615 

August 571 154 %U 

September ,, 525 L04 fioo 

October 538 g 30 

November ,.,, 518 141 537 

December .,. 475 143 514 

Sub-Total 3,145 903 8,520 

1961 

January 616 153 6S8 

February 490 L30 543 

March 592 136 663 

April .... 505 131 532 

May 560 ^g 349 

June 517 153 560 

Sub-Total , . . . 3,280 S54 3.5S5 

Grand Total . . , 6,425 1J57 

COLORED 

1960 

J ul F .♦......< 60G 792 1,824 

August 604 852 

September 584 852 2,036 

October 619 873 1 T 941 

November , , 592 756 1,713 

December , 543 744 1,585 

Sub-Total 3JJ42 4,889 11,091 

1961 

January 682 715 1,830 

February 591 686 1,623 

March . , . . . 677 6 57 1,751 

April ..._, .,„, 611 605 1,484 

May , m 606 5&S 1,582 

June ... .., 535 639 1,626 

Sub-Total 3,702 3,900 9~S96 

Grand Total , 7,244 8,769 20,987 

SUMMARY 

White 

Male Adults ...... .......... , f , 6 425 

B °y s ■ . /. l]^7 

Female Adults . . . . 7 io5 

GIrla ■-..-- .....■./. M43 

Total . 1Sr729 



Girls 




i in 




L2S 


1 -IT' 


183 




205 




114 




126 




719 




138 




11s 




126 




94 




126 




121 




723 


6,442 


1,442 




718 


3,934 


823 




SIS 




756 




630 




636 


MM 


4.390 


2M»* 


697 


3.924 






556 


3,641 


481 




555 


3.341 


673 




8,514 




7,904 




Colored 


Tot.i 


7.LM4 




B,7*fl 




20,9*7 




7,064 




44,904 





MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



161 



DEATHS 
WHITE 

^960 Males Boys Females GiH* Total 

July 5 36 7 100 

(St . ... 37 6 M 6 78 

-mber 47 11 32 6 96 

October . . . 44 S 29 7 88 

-r 45 7 32 2 86 

December _4S_ _8_ _SQ _J_ _U3 

-Total 273^ _4£ _2H>_ _55^ 562 

1961 

aary 63 8 62 5 

February 44 9 37 11 

March 47 8 28 7 

April 6S 7 29 fi 

ilay 50 2 37 5 

June .... _49_ _7_ __3£ S 

Sub-Total 321 41 213 42 617 

Grand Total 594 85 423 77 1,179 



128 

101 

90 

110 

94 

94 



COLORED 

1960 

55 

August - 47 

mber t . . . .. .** 43 

. • 55 

r 66 

December si 

b -Total JS27_ 

January &3 

February . 62 

March 45 

April ■ 57 

May ■ . - 43 

June _ 5 _1 

Sub-Total 313 

Grand Total 640 



28 


57 


17 


157 


34 


S3 


21 


150 


17 


36 


13 


114 


23 


47 


IS 


143 


34 


51 


25 


176 


29 


44 


25 


159 



155 



293 



124 



899 



27 


56 


28 


164 


21 


53 


14 


155 


2S 


53 


16 


142 


26 


47 


21 


151 


16 


51 


19 


129 


17 


39 


17 


126 


135 


304 


115 


867 


290 


597 


239 


1,766 



162 



THARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-19$! 



SUMMARY 

1960 Total White and Colored 

™* ; ■ 

August - 

September . r 

October '.WW. 

November .,.,.. . .."."!!! 

December . # # , WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. 

Sub-Total ^^ 

1961 

January . . a ,0* 

February . . . , ►•*#••!."!."!" I 

March . .... , . ;„. 

*£? ■ :::::::::::::::::::;;;::::;::::::::::::;:;; 

**r •• .»...„ 

■June 

Sub-Total , , J^g4 

Grand Total 7~^ 4: 



DEATHS WITHIN 48 HOURS OF ADMISSION 

Over 

W 12 hra. 24 hr». 36 hra, 4S hr*. Total 48 hrs. 

July , 46 28 3 B 79 178 

August 48 30 6 15 99 ISO 

September 41 24 6 3 74 13$ 

October 49 34 8 3 94 137 

November 45 32 1 12 so 172 

Becember ^1 ^4 3 4 92 180 

Sub-Total 280 182 27~~ ~W ~ 528~ 033 

1961 

January 46 28 5 6 85 207 

February 57 27 8 1 93 163 

March 96 28 5 6 75 157 

April , . ♦ 60 27 5 7 99 102 

May «... 42 16 6 5 69 154 

3une _S5 23 4 6 67 153 

Subtotal ._276 140 33 ~3~0~ 488 996 

Grand Total ........ J>56 331 60 *69~ 1,016 1,929 



Toti> 
257 

2*:* 
210 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRA li Y ^3 



MONTHLY STATEMENT 





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.. 61,982 


1,939 


5,349 


5,017 


257 


912 


107 


21 


August 


... 63,572 


2,051 


5.749 


5,523 


229 


1,019 


107 


19 


September . * . 


.. 61,472 


2.G49 


5,709 


5,364 


210 


M39 


89 


24 


October 


.„ 64,059 


2,0f>6 


5,596 


5,461 


231 


986 


100 


25 


ruber . . . 


... 62,777 


2,093 


6,010 


4,720 


262 


&H> 


123 


17 


December . . . 


.♦ 59.317 


1,913 


4,766 
32,179 


4,726 


m 


890 

5,862 


Lftfi 

651 


17 


TOTAL .. 


, . 373,179 


12,171 


30.816 


1,461 


123 



1961 

January 64,524 2,081 5,469 4,867 292 928 112 

February 58,395 2,086 4,739 4,525 256 822 113 16* 

h * 65,431 2,111 5,158 5.003 232 734 99 14 

59,772 1,992 4,443 4,308 .''I 613 115 20 

50,982 1,967 4,S2l 4,546 664 77 19 

June 57,964 1,932 4,824 4,737 220 762 80 16 

TOTAL , ♦.. 367,068 12,169 29,454 27,986 1.484 4,543 596 102 

NMD TOTAL 740,247 24,340 61,633 58.802 2,945 10,405 1,247 225 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 

July l t 1959 to 

June 30,1960.. 730,478 2,001 63,193 60.004 3,235 10,793 1,420 246 

July 1, I960 to 

June 30,1961., 740,247 2,028 61,153 58,502 2,945 10,40". i :47 225 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 



Ago 
White— 1960-61 
Under 1 year . 



Males 



Females 



1 
5 
10 
15 
20 
26 
30 
35 
45 
55 
65 
75 
85 



4 years- , 

9 years . , 

14 years.. 

19 years . , 

24 years ♦ . 

29 years* . 

34 years - , 

44 years., 

r>4 years. . 

64 years . . 

74 years, , 

84 years . . 

94 years. . 



95 & over. . 
Unknown . . 
TOTAL 



White— 1900-61 
Under 1 year . 



1 
6 

10 
15 
20 
25 
SO 
35 
45 
55 
65 
75 
85 



4 years*., 

9 years . , . 

14 years,,, 

19 years* , , 
24 years.*. 

20 years.., 
34 years . . , 
44 years . . , 
54 years,., 
64 years,.. 
74 years . . . 
84 years. . . 
H yeara . . . 



95 & over. 
Unknown . 



TOTAL ....... 

GRAND TOTAL 

Males 
malas 



July Aug. 



4 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 

t 
6 
6 
11 
LI 
5 
4 

1 
ft 



6 

1 

1 
2 


2 

10 
6 

e 

7 

i 



1 

42 



Sept. 
12 







1 



o 
q 

2 

9 

7 

11 

15 

1 





53 



Oct. 

7 
1 











2 

6 
11 
16 

s 

1 




52 



Nov. 
S 







1 

5 

6 

13 

e 

7 

a 

i 
o 

52 



Dec. Tot. 

6 ta 

3 

1 % 

2 

1 



1 
J 

;. 

6 
14 
10 

8 

4 




56 317 



7 

1 

1 

6 

20 

42 

62 

ill 

GO 

13 

1 

2 



July 
6 


Q 

1 

i 
'> 

5 

4 
12 
6 
6 





43 



Aug. 

6 
1 

v 











2 

I 
10 

6 

B 






37 



Sept. 

6 




1 
2 



l 
l 
it 

10 

7 
1 


38 



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1 





i 

- 
s 

7 

10 

4 

4 





36 






1 



4 
:< 
6 
10 
6 





34 



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4 

1 

1 


1 


1 
1 

3 
8 

B 

:. 





&7 



June 




Tot. 

26 
** 

1 
I 
S 

2 

S 

12 
18 
44 
73 
4t 
18 



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245 

Tot, 

S3 

3 

4 

2 

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14 
22 
46 

59 

18 

6 

25^' 



Gr. 
Tot. 

:. 
I 

3 
S 
4 
3 
9 

106 

135 

:il 

II 

1 

2 

~562 



Gr. 

Tot. 

71 

4 

7 

4 

7 

| 

3 

3 

26 

64 

133 

120 

124 

37 

2 

1 

617 

500 1,170 



a 
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M 

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o 

I 
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mmmmmaTtvm aoi or HAiyt/vrs deceased 

A °° M«l»» F»m«l«» Or, 

Colored— 1960-61 July Aufi. Sept, Oct. Nov, Dec Tot. July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Deo. Tot, Tot. 

Under 1 year . 26 W 15 20 32 23 132 15 16 17 14 21 21 104 236 

1 - 4 years 2 6 1 1 1 1113 17 

§ - 9 years u 2 2 1 1 G 1 m i 2 4 10 

10 - 14 years.,,.,. 1100046030 1015 11 

15 - 19 years Q0O113403O11O59 

20 *■ 24 years 1 2 4 1 3 4 15 1 1 2 17 

25 - 29 years 1 8 2 6 2 2 1 1 6 12 

30 - 34 years.. 22021 3 10 3 3 24 2 2 16 26 

35 - 44 years 6 5 4 4 2 5 26 610 6 6 9 6 43 69 

45 - 54 years...... 15 5 7 5 10 9 51 12 S 10 14 14 7 65 116 

55 - 64 yeara. 11 11 5 15 19 14 75 9 it 5 5 11 8 46 121 

65 - 74 years 10 11 10 14 13 U 76 15 15 7 x 7 io 62 133 

75 - 84 years...... 7 9 9 12 fi 52 11 7 5 7 8 6 44 96 H 

85 - 94 years .. 224240 14 03 On 115 1!* 2 

95 & over 1 1 3 2 



Unknown .......... 



Total .. S3 71 60 78 100 90 482 74 79 54 65 76 69 417 899 



Colored— 1960-61 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr, May June Tot, Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June Tot. Tot, § 

Under 1 year .. 26 16 25 13 14 122 24 13 11 17 17 14 9fl 21S 



1-4 years 1 4 1 1 07 2 1 1 : 2 1 





Gr. 


rot. 


Tot 


:•►; 


21S 


9 


16 


1 


S 


6 


8 


10 


15 






r 



5-9 years 010111410000015tJ 

10 - 14 years Oiooi02 2Giiii6s3 

15 - 19 years 1110105222301 1.0 15 P 

20 - 24 years 2 1 l l 2 7 1 3 2 1 1 S I 

25 - 29 years U 4 2 1 29 2 2 2 U 1 2 913 

30 - 34 years 2 2 3 1 1 9 1 2 3 2 2 19 

35 - 44 years fi 3 5 3 3 5 25 7 8 5 4 5 <> 35 60 

45 - 54 years 10 8 10 3 7 44 12 9 10 5 11 7 54 98 

55 - 64 years..,,,. 11 15 7 15 11 12 71 10 11 16 16 8 n 70 141 

65 - 74 years...... 11 17 6 16 10 18 73 :< 13 14 L2 17 3 73 161 

75 - 84 years 3 12 3 9 10 3 50 lu 8 8 3 6 2 34 84 

85 - 94 years 3 5 1 9 1 1 13 1" 

95 & over 1 1 13 3 

Unknown 1 1 1 -o 3 >"■ 1 1 4 

Total s<f ^8JT "~ts" ~J2 saT ~70 448^ ~U ~72 60 JJiT JTlT j[? 419 ^67 

GRAND TOTAX 163 154 133 161 159 Tio" 930~ ^58~ T&1 723~ iZf 146" 1U 836 1,766 

Males 17177, .7777, , ,777. . 7777, 930 

Females - , , ...» 336 

Total 1,766 



KG 



ill A KIT V HOSPITAL— 1960-1M1 



RECORD LIBRARY 
REPORT OF THE STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT 



July 1959 — June 1960 



Acadia , 187 

Allen . ... 60 

Ascension * 906 

Assumption ......... h 737 

Avoyelles i 162 

Beauregard . 46 

Bienville .... .. 1 

Bossier » 1 

Caddo . . . El 

Calcasieu .. .. 27g 

Caldwell 10 

Cameron . . . . 5 

Catahoula ...... 21 

Claiborne . 

Concordia 51 

Dfl Soto ,i.,iM 3 

East Baton Rouge , t£81 

Eaat Carroll 32 

East Feliciana 508 

Evangeline ... im 

Franklin . .. 42 

Grant IB 

Iberia . . 247 

Iberville 851 

Jackson 10 

Jefferson 5,084 

Jefferson Davis 94 

Lafayette .... 287 

Lafourche 1.267 



si 
St 

St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St. 
St, 



52 

S02 

504 

112 

7 

26 

3 

669 

S59 

60 
936 



La Salle 

Lincoln 
Livingston . . 
Madison 
Morehouse . . 
Natchitoches 



11 
11 
249 
16 
2S 
21 



Ouachita 

Flaquemf nes ..... . . 

Folntf Coupee 

Rapides ■■ 

Red River 

Richland . . . . . , 

Sabine . , 

Bernard .... ■ • * * 

Charles 

Helena .....,..., 

James 

John the Baptist l 

Landry * 476 

Martin 130 

Mary .- 499 

Tammany .,....*. 

Tangipahoa Ml 

Tensas H 

Terrebonne 1 ,726 

8 

Vermilion 

Vernon 21 

Washington 5S6 

Webster 8 

West Baton Rouge 491 

Carroll ..., is 

West Feliciana . . ....... 262 

Winn 

Orleans 

Other States 1,093 

Foreign 43 

1 1 oknown 7 

TOTAL 61,633 



RECAPITULATION 



Orleans 33.835 

Louisiana 26.655 

Other States , 1.093 

Foreign . 43 

Unknown , . , 7 



TOTAL 61.633 



Reported by, 

/s/ ELAINE WILLIAMSON 
Elaine Williamson 
Respectfully submitted, 
/a/ EDDIE V, COOKSEY 
Eddie V. Coofcsey, C.R.L. 



J 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 1K7 



RECAPITULATION 

nts remaining at beginning of year . . . . 1,107 

Admissions , , . . 61,633 

Patients remaining at end of fiscal year , 1,793 

Total hospital days excU of new horns 706,815 

Total new born hospital days . ... 33,432 

Total number of stillborns . , . 225 

Discharges and desertions mmk 58,802 

Deaths , , , a 

Gross death rate , i.Q9% 

Xet dealn rate 3.27 % 

Cases reported to coroner 1 ,347 

Daily average excl. of new borns 1*937 

average of new boms . '92 

Autopsies performed 1 p gsi 

Reported by, 

/s/ ELAINE WILLIAMSON 

Klaine Williamson 

Respectfully submitted, 

/ef EDDIE V. COOKSET 

Eddie V. Cooksey, C.R.L. 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS AUTOPSIED 



Ago 

White— 1960-61 July 

Under 1 year 8 

1-4 years ...... 1 

5-9 years 

10 * 14 years 1 

IS - 19 years SB 

20 - 24 years 1 

25 - 29 years 

30 - 34 years I 

35 - 44 years 4 

45 - 54 years.. 7 

55 - 64 years ...... 7 

65 - 74 years,. , ... S 

75 - S4 years ,,,,*. 3 

85 - 34 years . . 4 

95 & over 

Unknown 

Total ,, 47 

Colored— 1960-61 

Under 1 year 29 

1-4 years...... 3 

5-9 years 

10 - 14 years. 

15 - 19 years 

20 - 24 years 

25 - 29 years 

30 - 34 years 2 

35 - 44 years . , 7 

45 - 54 years 16 

55 - 64 years 8 

65 - 74 years L6 

75 - 84 years 11 

85 - 94 years 1 

95 & over , . . 

LToknowe .......... o 

Total 

,ii Total 







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Sub. 


Gr. 


Aug* 


Sept, 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


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Feb. 


Mar 


Apr, 


May 


J una 


Tat, 


Tot. 


B 


14 


8 


6 


6 


49 


S 


17 








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SERVICE REPORT OF THE RECORD LIBRARY 

Annual Report— July I, 1960 thru June 30, 1961 

Taken from Admissions 



Accident ami Admission Room . 

OcmUftioua 

Dental Surgwy .... 

Damntokcr 

Fracture,..,..., 

Gynecology .... 

I iifinnary , „ . , 

M edirine ,,..,...., 

Ncurolofry , ,. 

N'euro Surgery 

New Boms 

Ohstelrica. , , , ...... 

Ophthalmology 

Orthopedic. .. 

Otolaryngology, . t . .......... , 

Pediatries. 

Pkfltk Snrnwy . . . „ 

Potto Center ,..>»♦ 

Prematura ,., m .... : m.-., 

Premature Station .,♦.....„., 

Psychiatry , , 

Radium Boom , 

Surgprjr , , 

Thoracic Surgery 

Tuberculosis . , 

Urology , . r 



m 

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Annual Report—July 1, I960 thru June 30, 1961 

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133 



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172 i HA KIT V HOSPITAL -1!m:»-i961 

ANNUAL REPORT 
INTAKE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

The attached Is the required Annual Record Report of th>> Intake De- 
partment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 19B1. It was compiled fr> 
composite of figures appearing in the regular monthly periodic report*. 

The Report consists of three charts and a Recap Sheet. The first eh 
flit led: Disposition of Intake Cases Processed) is a general break iimvn <.f 
Interviews conducted during the year. It shown the number of families apply- 
ing to the Intake Department for certification for the first time, the numlitr 
of families re-fnve after annual certification has expired, and the 

number of filed applications awaiting completion of Investigation. 

The second chart (titled: Breakdown Of Intake Decisions Made) shows 
the number and ratio of each of the four decisions mode during the 

The third chart (titled: Area Breakdown Of Interviews Made) gives the 
number and proportion of decisions handled in each «if the four 
comprising 1 the Intake Department* 

The Recap Sheet Is a composite account of th* more Informative data 
contained in the R«poi 

Sincerely, 

M HOWARD J. HKREKT 

Howard J. Hebert 

UJIrjlh 

DISPOSITION OF INTAKE CASES PROCESSED 
July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

NEW FAMILIES APPLYING FOR CERTIFICATION: 

(White) (Colored) 

Eligible . . .. . ti H l41 T*.S9u 

Ineligible 3 

<nt RX : ] 0,469 

DFW & OAP , , , , , . . . . 4.&02 

LS.T24 *6»S11 

EXPIRED CERTIFICATIONS RE-INVESTIGATED: 

Eligible , .. . 1,691 

Ineligible . , , S$9 1.283 

Present RX 1.242 2.716 

V & OAP _ . 1409 2,421 

4.S51 11,335 

tl Completed Interviews :M t 5?5 

CASES PENDING COMPLETION 

AS OF JULY 1, 1961; , 

Total Applications Filed 24, 9M 



INTAKE DEPARTMENT 175 

BREAKDOWN OF INTAKE DECISIONS MADE 
July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

White Famili-* <^-l^i:>) 

Eligible 7. 772 31 .6 

Invisible 4 P 731 19.3% 

Present nx *>.4<ii S0.3 

M J W & GAP 5,611 22J% 

Colored Families (H7.346) 

Eligible , . , , . . . 24,405 42.6% 

Ineligible - ■ , - ♦ 6,995 i z.2% 

Present RX 13,185 23,0% 

DPW fk OAF , 12,761 22 :: 

AREA BREAKDOWN OF INTERVIEWS MADE 

WHITE ADMITTING SECTION: 

Per Cent Of 

Decisions Total interviews 

Eaitftble 5.931 T : ; 

Ineligible . . - . - 2jni 2.6% 

Present RX 4.444 5.4% 

DPW & OAP ■ 3,:jf>7 4.1% 

15,84:? 19.3% 
WHITE ACCIDENT ROOM: 

Eligible hW 2.2% 

Ineligible 2p630 3.2% 

sent RX 2,017 2.5% 

DPW & OAP ♦ 2.244 2.7% 

S.73^ 10.6% 
COLORED ADMITTING SECTION: 

Ible ■ .... 19.412 23.7% 

^ible . , 3,972 4.9% 

mi RX 9.269 1 .1.3% 

DFW & OAP 9.S26 12.U% 

42,479 31.9'-; 

COLORED ACCIDENT ROOM: 

Inle 4 6.1% 

Ineligible &.023 

Present RX , ■ 3 T 916 

1 >FW <fe OAP >** - 2,935 3,6% 

14.867 IS. 2% 

RECAP SHEET 
TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES INTERVIEWED: 

White - • - 24,575 

■d • ■ 57.346 

81,921 



*M CHARJTT BOSPITAL— Xfl60-l&ei 



TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW FAMILIES APPLYING FOR CERTIFICA- 
TION FOR FREE TREATMENT UNDER THE INDIGENT PERSONS 
LAW : 

White _ 

coio^d ... — ...;;;:;;:;:;;;;:jwi 

TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES RE-1N VEST1GATED AFTER EXPIRA- 
TION OF ANNUAL CERTIFICATION t 

™L - ■ 

Colored ... ^ 3 

TOTAL NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS AWAITING COMPLETION OF 
INVESTIGATION: 

White , i > Jl 

colored , ;;;;; ^ 

1.411 

DISPOSITION OF APPLICATIONS PROCESSED DURING THE YEAR: 

32,177 Families were certified eligible for free treatment in accordance 
the indigent persons regulation. 

11,72S Families were denied treatment because they failed to meet tne income 
or residency requirements* 

1M46 Families were certified temporarily eligible Tor the present treatment 
only, 

*None Individual famlly-m embers were certified eligible for free treatment 
of specific long-term illnesses, 

18,372 Families were certified eligible a& dependents of the departing 
public welfare. 



•This decision is not yet in use. At present the PRESENT RX de« 
embraces these patients. 



SOCIAL SERVICE DKPABTMJ ITS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

Below iv submitted the annual report of the Social Service Department 
for the fiscal year, 1 960-1 &61. 

This department is concerned with the medical -psychiatric- social prob- 
lems of Charity Hospital patients. The person who is seriously 01, physically 
totlonally, is confronted with problems of adjustment which are dis- 
ruptive to bis or her family's usual way of life, and which frequently 
interfere with the progress of his treatment, Serious illness Inevitably calls 
for economic and emotional readjustments by the patient and his family, 
'here are economic security, healthy family ties and emotional 

llity, these run usually he worked out within the circle of the family. 
However, when such optimum conditions do not exist, outside help becomes 
necessary. 

The patient load of Charity Hospital is drawn from families in the lower 

■mie brackets, in many of which ther- B lone 1 history Of 

tvatton in the areas of nutrition, education, and housing, As a result, 

there is likely to be found less strength and resourcefulness for meeting* 

difficult situations. The crisis of acute illness, or the strain of U.ng 

drawn-out chronic illness add strews which the family cannot handle, and 

ial vvorKer is needed to help them to find a way to manage. The social 

• r is professionally trained to study and evaluate problem* of this sort, 

and to help patients to find ways of dealing with them. 

Without help the patient may find it impossible to carry out treatment 
recommendations, with the result that the efforts of hospital staff ore in- 
ive. and the patient's recovery may be retarded or prevented. And, there 
f>e undue suffering for the patient and his family. 

It l« impossible to categorize the kinds of help given, since this depends 

upon the patient, the family make-up, the medical situation, and the 

unity resources available, Each "ease" must be approached as unique, 

and plans for helping based upon the results of social study. Problems may 

■-p-seated and require detailed, extensive study and long-range planning, 

•s may be relatively superficial and uncomplicated, and respond readily 

t -con tact environmental approach. 

Tn this setting certain types of problems stand out. The following are 
. examples: 

The patient who has suffered, an injury which prevents him from 
resuming his former occupation, but who is not completely disabled. 
This man needs to be guided toward a program of rehabilitation. lie 
may need considerable encouragement to overcome the bitterness of his 
handicap, and to face taking up a new way of life. He will probal 
need to be steered to an agency for job placement or special training. 

The chronically ill patient who will need nursing care following 
charge from the hospital. This patient may require financial assist- 
ance. His family may need help in understanding his special needs, and In 
finding the strength to give him the care lit- must have. He may 
need medication to alleviate pain. He Is likely to need expert nursing 
care in his own home, or he may have to be moved to a nursing homi 

A child with an orthopedic condition which requires bracing. In 
most cases, the parents will need help In financing these expensive 
Equally Important are the efforts that must be I 
-ure him an opportunity to live as normal a life as possible. This 



176 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 196U- mi 

could include guidance with the child and the parents toward emol 
adjustment. The child might be? helped to fit into regulnr educational 
training programs, or It might be necessary to seek special ones 
for him. 

Services to Patients 

During the year 4MS1 patients were seen by the social workers, Th3> 
did not represent the total of the numbers who needed assistance. Because 
of the acute shortage of workers, ft has been necessary to concentrate 
services in the areas in which they seem most urgently needed sucii as the 
wards, admitting rooms, and certain specialized clinics, It is impossible to 
estimate the amount of need that is going unmet, but the following may be 
taken as an index. Of the 28,560 patients coming to the Social Service office 
asking for help, only 4,812 could b i These fig 

do nut Include referrals from wards and clinics*, and not all of tht- req 
were for appropriate service). 

Permanent records were kept on 9,337 of the total number seen* In 
re kept only in situations in which recording Is needed 
as part of the casework process, where there is information which v 
have some future usefulness, or in which there is need to confirm 
of Information. It is undoubtedly true, however, that because of the pr- 
of large caseloads and rapid turnover of patients, the workers are nol 
to record in many Instances in which this would be desirable, or 
essential. 

The social workers accept referrals from any source, and hospital 
sonnel particularly physicians and nurses are encouraged to call to th** 
attention of the social worker any case in which he const* 
needed. Sources of referral for the year were as follows: 

Hospital Personnel IS, 012 

Department of Public Welfare 

Other Social Agencies ] 

Patient or Patient Group 23, 

W»l ■ - - v * . . . . 40361 

The place of residence of patients served follows rather closely the 
pattern for the hospital sls a whole. That is, the larger percentage come 
from Orleans Parish, but there Is an appreciable number from the o 
parishes. The number from other states is very small, as would be expected- 
since non-residents are eligible only for emergency treatment. The break* 
as to residence Is: 

Orleans Parish * . . 81,02£ 

Other Parishes , 0;S35 

Other States zit 

Total . , , , 40,801 

Use of Funds 

The department has at its disposal funds which may be used to 
emergency medical needs of patients. These are derived from dona 1 1 
bequests, and appropriation by the Board of Administrators. The amount 
available Is listed below: 

Name of Fund Amount Available 

Stauffer-Eastwick . . , $ 4,Soo 

Patients Welfare , 1,200.00 

Weil Convalescent »»*.... . ............ f . , ..»..*, 36 0, 

Insulin Fund , . . „ m , . 4 t S0O.oo 

American Cancer Society 1,303. &I 

Special Donations 564 

TOTAL $13.02: 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 177 



The funds were expended as follows : 

Amount 
Reason For Using Fund No. of Patients Expended 

Medication 11,321 $12,787-00 

Transportation 307 521.00 

Maintenance . 2S 1 60.00 

Appliances 710 1.988,00 

TOTAL 12,366 $15,456.00 

Although the department did not spend the entire amount allocated, 
this does not mean that all financial needs are met. The discrepancy is 
due to the fact that some of the funds are strictly limited in use for certain 
groups and purposes, 

As a matter of fact there are lame areas of critical need which cannot 

be met. This is particularly true in the ease of medications for clinic, 

accident room and admitting- room patients* The numbers of patients re- 

io Social Service for help In securing- medications continues to 

increase, as does the cost of medications. During: the past year 22,703 patients 

sent to us for medication but we were able to help only 11,321. It is 

anticipated that this problem will grow progressively more severe as new 

drugs are developed and as more and more patients can be treated on an 

-jsis. Thus far no practical solution to this problem has been 

Ived. 

Staff 

The problem of maintaining adequate professional staff reached critical 
ortlons this year. Of an allocated 31 positions for social workers, there 
was an average of 14 vacancies. In such a situation it is Impossible to give 
adequate coverage. It has been necessary to make drastic cut-backs fn order 
to maintain even minimum standards, and to keep caseloads within the 
- of human capacity as far as the individual worker is concerned. The 
situation is eased somewhat during the summer months, when student, 
employed for the vacation period. This, however, affords only temporary 

irtunately, the supervisory staff has remained stable, as has the clerical, 
although there still remains one vacancy in each of these groups. 

There has been a recent development which offers great hope for at least 
a partial solution to the chronic problem of staff shortage. This hospital, 
for the first time, is participating in the Mental Health Training- Program 
Of the State Department of Hospitals, Under this plan, students are granted 
stipends which enable them to complete their graduate training In social 
work. These stipends carry a commitment for at least one year of em- 
ployment following graduation. Charity Hospital has approval for such 
stipends for two graduate students for the coming year. These two young 
women will be available for employment In this department at the end of 
the school year. In terms of long-range planning, this program should 
prove a tremendous help In the recruitment of professional staff, 

udents from both LSU and Tulane University Schools of Social Work 

placed In the department for their field work, or practical training ex- 

Each student is assigned from six to ten cases, which he carries 

Lose supervision. Field instruction for eight of the students was 

Ided by school faculty, and for two by a member of the supervisory staff 

Of this department. 

Five regular volunteers have given their services to the department. Two 
have functioned as case aides, while three have given invaluable assistance 
in the clerical unit, serving as receptionist and helping with the telephones. 



178 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1*60-1961 

General 

There remain two serious problems in relation to working conditions r 

In the Unit assigned to the psychiatric service, the heat In sommi i 
the extent of making it extremely difficult for staff to 
at thy level required. These workers are stationed on the third floor, 
omfort is Intensified by the lack of cross ventilation on the floor. 
Munv of th*> corridor* and doors which are open on the othei must 

on this floor because of security precautions. In the Social S. 

rionally intensified by the fact that some of the workers 
* h:iv.' rm outside opening. Air conditioning for this* unit v 
♦jueHtlonably Increase the efficiency of its. functioning. 

In the main office of Social Service, the workers continue lo be b&mpi 
by crowded work space. Only one room is available for Interviewing, This 
Ih a great handicap* since interviews with patients and their fain 
cantered around confidential matters, which are impossible to discuss 
out privacy. Crowding in the waiting room is uncomfortable for both staff 
and patients, At peak hours It is sometimes difficult to pass through the 
waiting: room because of the large numbers of patients wait Ins to \n 

On the other hand, efficiency of operation has been greatly h : b\ 

the provision of new dictating and telephone equipment, This rep] 
obsolete machine* which had reached the point of deterioration where 
could no longer be repaired. There has been marked Improvement Iri the 
i with which office routines can be completed with the new equipr 

RepectfuUy submitted* 

/S/ MAHIGAYLE H. HART 

Marlgayle H, Hart 

MM II: AM 



MEDICAL AND PATIENTS* LIBRARY 173 



ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 

July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

STAFF 

everyone must be pleased with their position and working conditions as 
there was no change in the *>,:*({ during the past year. Volunteers came at 
various times and helped on the ward rounds with book truck, Thev 
trained by the staff. 

Reading Room Activities 

The basic medical texts and journals were consulted often by 

visional st;iff in the library during various times in the day The latest 

n and non-fiction as well as the other books were checked out often 

b and the magazines bought by subscriptions were enjoyed bv 

maw The books and magazines are selected to please the different tastes 

and need of the individual Many reviews are read before the selection Is 

made by the librarian. Books are charged to the Henderson Fun.? 

son is supplemented with the donations which come to the library 
Only books and magazines are accepted aa donations, ' + 

Ward Rounds 

The w:ird rounds are made daily. This past year, it seems as if more 

his wanted to look at tnagruJni ead books. The patients seem as 

a whole older than ever before. The service is appreciated bv th<> majority 

f the people. Doctors and Sisters »nd the nurses cooperated with us 

rning the patients We did not gro to the third flo<.[ m,i,t there is 

ml program up there for the patients but we eent magazines which 

are available at all times for the patients and duplicates of good 1> 

One from the third flour comes and brings them there. \\v vent duplicates 

of books and magazines regularly to DIbert through the librarian th 

Donations 

We received our usual donations from regular unes and then from the 

others. Personnel of this hospital, staff of US.V. and Tulane University 

various women and men clubs, post offices and business firms church jerouns 

school clubs sent magazines to us. Their kuidnefls was appreciated 

tally since no appeal is ever made tor donations to this library. 

SUtiatrca 

nteers hours * , .,..,,, tf . a 

circulation " 10 ° 

™"* • 4 4l -> 

Library ,., - 

Attendance ' „ 

Acquisitions (bound volumes) ■* * 

Pu rchases ...„,.. ...... .. ftC 

>'■ .......:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: IE 

Respectfully submitted, 
IJLV E, TWIXIXQ 
Lily R Twining, Librarian 



180 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— J 960-1961 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE 

July I t I960 — June 30, 1961 

of Individual volunteers 2 331 

Total number or hours of service . , Ifi^ieo 

Number of huspital sections served .....,/../..[/..[ * 50 

Organizations participating !!!!!!"!!!!! 6* 

Vi i] tmteers registered for placement "WW." !!,"*! ! . ', . . .... . 745 

Donations received and acknowledged . . . . \\ $S7 

HOURS CONTRIBUTED TO HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTS 



Administration 71 

Admitting . , , 1,026 

Blood Donor Station 6,315 

Blood Test Survey Unit 244 

Central Service , . . . 6,063 

Guild Room , 8 674 

Reclaimed Gauze 13.396 

Chest X-Rav 637 

Clinics . . . . , 266 

Dibert . ♦ 552 

Dietary $\ 

Eleventh Floor 114 

Entertainment ....♦.,.....,,, 1 57 

Intake , 653 

Library , .. , iq% 

-Mf dlcal & Surgical Care 160 

Medicine Wards (5th Floor) . t 308 

Medicine Wards (8th Floor) . . 378 

Nursing Service .,., . , + 583 



Obstetrics 

Layette Room (AWVS) , . . 1,1 .7 - 

Orthopedics Wards (7th) l r 432 

Pathology 

Pediatrics (9th Floor) .. 

Recreation (NCJW) 4 

Pharmacy . m * 2.1 14 

Physical Therapy 

Psychiatry ..... . 

Radiology (Diagnostic) 

Radiology (Therapeutic) 

Record Library 

School of Nursing 6(53 

Schoolroom (Junior High) 

Social Service . . 

Surgery Wards (4th Floor) . . 

Research 100 

Visiting , 

Volunteer Office i,0S4 



PROJECTS SPONSORED BY VOLUNTEER ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

\'olunteer Bulletin 

Cooperation in Community Volunteer Events 

Coordination of Christmas Cheer for Patients 

Annual Recognition Meeting to Present Aw 

Publicity for Volunteer Recruitment and Special Kv* 

Guide Service for Hospital Tours and Volunteer Orientation 

Respectfully submitted* 

/«/ FLORENCE JENNINGS 

Florence Jennings 



<;riLD WORK IS! 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD WORK 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

■ nticators for babies JMjHI 

itation sponges . , . . . . . . . , . 584,000 

Central service sponges * 1,290,881 

Compress Dressings - * " 3 ~ ' 

Celln . . 130,510 

Masks 11,589 

Tracheotomy Dressings .:.....,. v.* .,*;* 39*735 

Toppers . . - '.' 72,000 

Specimen tags - - 264,000 

4 X Va • - ■ ■ 653.6*0 

Dr. Owen's plain gauze - ry 0G 

Fluffs 64,510 

- idarda . . . . >..:., 000 

Perineal Puds 103,000 

b gauze . . . . . 56,500 

I omy pads . . . 10,440 

TOTAL - 6,612,695 

Surgical dressings from 1919— June 1961 ,,..... lia,82U.S32 

GRAND TOTAL JUNE H+61 ... , 130,433,527 

Total meeting ear 249 

1 1 attendance for year 4.797 

The following ar of the activities of the members of the Charity 

Hospital Guild for tin tl and the Patients. 

In addition to making and wrapping surgical dressings, sixty Layettes 
were made am rl - A vtrv large amount of new and used 

clothing for children and adults, new and used shoes, books, picture puzzles, 
games and toys were distributed. 

At Christmas, several hundred dolls and toys were given to the children 

on the Ninth Floor, also to the children in the Contagious, Polio and 

reular Wards, Oike f ice cream and candy were given to the children 

ia the contagious ward by Mrs. Walter Orunning, Chairman w the Doll 

and Toy Committee. 

At Christmas and Easter, a party was given to the Tubercular 
Children by the Colored ^VilUn^r Work he Guild. 

.-eial attention is Riven to the John Libert Male Patients by the 
Magnolia Branch of the Louisiana Sunshine Society, of which Mrs. Edward 
Bon man Is president. 

This Society gave three parties during the year fur the patients. 

ii listings, each patient received a bed lamp! fruit, ice cream, randy, 

cigar i matches, Ones dozen decks of playing cards were given to the 

patients who were able to go to the social room. These patients were 

entertained and played games for prizes. 

At Easter, each patient received an Easter Rabbit Bank, fill- 
milk chocolate eggs, ice cream, cake, cigarettes and matches, They were 
rtained and played Karnes for prizes- 

At the Fathers Day party, games were played for prizes. Sherbert 

and cake was served, cigarettes and matches were given. These patients 

received four pounds of coffee weekly from this society, as well as 



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many magazines, At Easter Unie, the little Tubercular children were 
given each an Easter Rabbit Bank filled with chocolate eggs, ice cream 
and cake. The members of this Society also participate la the work in the 
Guild Room, by helping to make surgical dressings, They also make baby 
garments at home for the lay*' 

F-.ur partis* were given by the Guild Members to honor the lad 
of th» rtolden Age Chih. who come to the Guild Room weekly to make 
surgl ngs. 

Guild Comuwlov .... Sister Margaret 

Supervisor . , Nellie Boudr 

tary Mrs. Fr&4 

CHAIRMEN IN CHARGE OP MEETINGS 

-Monday , , ....••, Mrs, George Chehardy 

Mrs. Arthur 

Tuesday . . - . . . . Mrs. Joseph Dazet 

Mrs. Joseph SnakenbfcTg 

Wednesday .-....*...■*.. . . Mrs. John D. 

Joseph M. D&set 

Thursday , . , Mrs. Leopold P. LaFoutge 

Mrs. Prank Kem 

Friday * ........ .Mrs, George Cheh:- 

Mrs. Jolu 

Chairman of the Doll Committee Mrs. Walter Cru lining 

Chairman of the Layette Committee Mrs. Charles Richard 

Thursday Chairman of the Colored Group of the 

Willing Workers ....... ...Mrs. Bvie R 

Our deepest and most heartfelt thanKs to all of the members of the 
Guild, and all of the outside units and friends for their generous donations 
of money and time, to bring happiness and comfort to others. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ NELLIE BOUDREAUX 

Nellie Buudrcuux 
Supervisor 

/s/ MRS, FRED MIX 

Mrs. Fred Mix 
Secretary 



RECLAIMED GAUZE UNIT 183 

ANNUAL REPORT 

RECLAIMED GAUZE UNIT 

July 1, 1960^ June 30, 1961 

Reclaimed gauze sponges made and wrapped . . S6.[>40 

Xew gauze sponges wi-apped ,,, 949 t 970 

New gauze sponges made and wrapped ,,,,.„, 62,000 

Gauze stretched on board 762 

Gave Sister Supervisor reclaimed gauze for operating 

room . . 30 bass i 

White and colored volunteers . . . . ♦ 2 4 ."4^ 

Giri scouts ...*..- -■ 4^1 

In addition to the above, the following work was accomplished Uv the 
members of the RECLAIMED GAUZE from 

July 1, 1960— June 30, mi 

gpinal tubes . ... 

Metal culture tubes ........ . ;&,40U 

Urine culture tubes ............,».,..« 8,224 

Culture tubes wooden applicators , 15,624 

TOTAL 33,413 



184 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-1961 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CLASSES FOR HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN 

July I, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

CLASS FOR CONVALESCENTS {W. 900) 

Instructor: Selma K, Fasting, B,A +I M.A. 

Enrollment Boyi G ; r | s Totg( 

Total enrolled during Bession .,, 147 95 

Average daily enrollment . , . 10 g jg 

CLASS FOR COLORED CONVALESCENTS (C- 900) 

Instructor: Luella G, Cavalier, B.A. 

Enrollment Boys G?r|s Totftr 

Total enrolled during session . « 74 77 151 

Average dally enrollment , . 5 5 n 

CLASS FOR TEENAGERS AND POLIO CENTER {W, 400) 
Instructor: Philo F, Jackson, B,A^ M.A. 

Enrollment B eys Girls Total 

Total Enrollment during session 65 49 97 

Average dally enrollment s 4 9 

Respectfully submitted, 

/*/ SELMA K. FASTING 

Selma K. Fasting. M,A„ 
Teacher in Charge, 
Teacher for Convalescents 



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ANNUAL REPORT 
NINTH FLOOR PEDIATRICS 
July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

Date Donation Donor 

Sept. '60 Clothing for Infanta and Children Charity Crib 

Total cost $260,00 Auxiliary 

Feb. '61 Hot pack Bottle Warmer opti-Mrs. Club 

Total cost $237.50 

April *6i Emerson Pleural Suction Pump Charity Crib 

Total cost $225.00 Auxiliary 

CI Thro (3) 16mm Sound Films Charity Crib 

Total cost $121.0$ Auxiliary 

June 'ftl Bedroom furniture for V? Mr. Charles L., 

"Mrs, Charles k. Doerr, St\ Doerr, St. 
Memorial Room" 

Throughout Frequent periodic donations for Dr. David Heiman 
year various projects 






186 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960-1981 

ANNUAL REPORT 

POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

Thv Potto fVnter, located In the Lapeyre MHtenberger Home for Con- 
valescents, occupies second floor. Isolation, convalescent, and Iron 
patients are all housed In this area, w & C TB Pediatrics te located on 3rd 
floor. 

This year a total of twenty- five patients were admitted* and off this 
number, twelve were diagnosed and treated for poliomyelitis. Thirteen were 
■ flio. Th^re were ten respirator cases and two deaths, one of which was 
md one non- polio. Six -if tin- polio patients had no Salk vaccine 
had had one ahot, and one had had three shots, The other three patients 
post polio readmisslons* 

ring the year, six new bedside tables, and six small dressers were 

t for second floor- These helped very much to m air* tain order in 

f braces, splints, and accumulation associated with long term 

patients. Two Freidrich window air-conditioners were bought and installed 

in the office. These completed the air-conditioning of second floor. 

Respectfully submitted by 

/S/ GOURLET, R. N. 



L 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 1ST 



ANNUAL REPORT 

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960 — June 30, 1961 

This is the annual report from the Engineering Department from July 
igh Juno 30, 1061 in regards to new installation and repairs on 
equipment. 

BOILERS: 

The six boiiera in the Power Bouse with a capacity of 2,850 Horse Power 
are operated on monthly intervals, and inspected yearly externally and 
internally by the Travelers Insurance Company's Inspectors; cleaning: of 
the boilers are made immediately after taking out of service, if repairs are 
needed between yearly inspections, th* Inspectors are called and recommenda- 
tions are completed. Painted Main Gas Line for boilers in basement of Power 
Bouse which is dune yearly because of heat and condensate moisture, 

HEATERS ON MEZZANINE IN POWER HOUSE: 

Thomas Hooley & Sons repaired and retubed the No, 2 Laundry Hot 
Water Heater; repairs consisted of replacing all copper tubes, facing' off 
ng head, repaired several split and bulged sections on interior copper 
lining in beater, repairs completed, heater operating OKI Repaired Golden 
Anderson Control Valve that controls make-up water to the boiler Feed 
Water Heater. Shut-down plant to install 20 ft, length of prefabricated S 
inch Byers pipe on line from make- up tank on roof of Power House to the 
e<3 Water Heater, Same shut-down replaced gasket on 12 inch exhaust 
tew pressure steam line between valve and Deaerating Hot Water Heater. 

ICE PLANT: 

Repaired bad ammonia leak on line leading to coils in the No, 2 Brine 
Tank* Charged system with 450 lbs. of Anhydrous Ammonia, Painted con- 
densors and Cooling Tower: added salt to Brine Tanks to keep the P.H. 
normal; pureed air and oil from system. Installed new Shepard & Nlles 
electric crane, saved worthy parts from old crane for emergency repairs. 
Repainted ice cans to prevent deterioration. 

WATER SOFTENERS: 

Replaced deteriorated piping, scaled and painted exterior of the four (4) 
r Softeners; repaired necessary valves, replaced old with new rings 
and worn gears In gear box. Cleaned stone bed in each Brine Tank and also 
added several sacks of gravel in both tanks. 

WORTHINGTON AIR-CONDITION COMPRESSORS-10Q0 TONS TO MAIN 
BUILDING: 

No, 1 Compressor installed new thrust bearing, checked alignment. Atlas 
Electric Company repaired the 600 H,P, synchronous motor. Repairs consisted 
Of j Insulated collector rings, faced commutator; charged system with 400 
lbs, of Freon il. Kepaired purge unit that relieves air from system. No, 2 
Compressor checked alignment of motor and unit; installed new thrust 
ng; repaired purge unit, put 200 lbs, of Freon II In evaporator, Installed 
new seals on No. 1 and No. 2 Circulating Chill Water Pumps that delivers 
Chill Water to tne 12th Floor air washers for air-conditioned sections in the 
Main Building. 

MURRAY TURBO EMERGENCY GENERATOR 1000 K.W.s 

Run this generator semi-monthly without load, throughout the year; on 
the date of June 21, 1961, ran unit, put 800 K.W. load on same, ran with 



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!TV HOSPITAL— LftfiO-1961 



load three hour*. This was a final Impaction of acceptance of repairs made 
ftCtrfca] installation. Present were: Mr, Harwood Brown Consulting 
Engineer for the Hospital, Mr. WHkerson representing the St. Claude Elec- 
tric who made the repairs and myself. We the Hospital employees repaired 
the turbine driven condensate pump attached to the Generator, 

MAIN BUILDING AIR-CONDITION AND REFRIGERATION UNITS IN- 
STALLED THE PAST YEAR: 

Basement- Dietary -2fi % Tons of refrigeration was installed for the reno- 
ratlOfl of the Food Storage Boxes: meats, vegetables and frozen foods. 

FIRST FLOOR: 

E Tons Chrysler Air Temp Air Condition units were installed in 
Wblf d Clinic Laboratories, 

SECOND FLOOR: 

T-.n* Carrier unit installed for White and Colored Observation Hi 
and Auditorium. 

FIFTH FLOOR: 

7 % Tons G, E. unit installed for air condition Colored Heart Stat 

ELEVENTH FLOOR; 

5 ft Tons Tecumseh units installed for refrigeratton in Pathology 
part r i 

DIBERT BUILDING (T.B.) 

First Floor- 10 Tons Chrysler Air Temp unit installed for air condt' 

STUDENT NURSE'S HOME: 

Library-iO Tons Chrysler Air Temp unit Installed for air Condition. 

At present the Hospital has 2000 Tons of Air Condition and Hefrigeru: 
in service, not Including Window and lee Cube Machines. 

Hospital Employees takes care of all Maintenance and Operation 
Equlpment in the Engineering Department. 

Hoping that this report meets with your approval. 

Fours truly, 

/&{ WILLIAM H- SUTHK 

William H, Sutherland 
Plant Engineer 
Charity Hospital of La. 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT igg 



ANNUAL REPORT 
LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 
July 1, I960 — June 30, 1961 

fnt1^«J C i Un ? J T I haS £™L eaiwd '«"» J u ^y *< 1&60 through June 30, 1961 the 
followmgr, Including all Wards, all Departments and all EuiklLngs, 

^ uantlt > - . ■ 13,$76,1S3 Pj.,, 

Sincerely, 

/s/ CYRIL J. ALLA1X 

Cyril J, Allain 
Laundry Supervisor m 



190 '-IIARITY HOSPITAL— 3960-1961 



ANNUAL REPORT 

WAREHOUSE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

During the past fiscal year the operation of the Warehouse has been 
carried on very smoothly. 

The Thermo Fax Copying Machine has proven to be most helpful. lVo 
able to make copies of nil Purchase Orders after completion, for 
«>ur records* 

The new Warehouse was started In January of 1962 and construction 
i!d be completed In the near future, 

new stencil machine used for marking and shipping has helped to 
expedite work In the Storerooms, 

A request has been made for a new fork-lift truck and pallets to be 
used in the new Warehouse when completed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/»/ LAWRENCE R, McXATVLx 

Lawrence R. McNamaxa 
Store Rooms Department 



RECORD COMMITTEE 191 



RECORD COMMITTEE OF CHARITY HOSPITAL 

SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 

1960-1961 

The Working- Committee of the Medical Records Committee submits 
the following report of its activities during the past year 1960-1961. As 
outlined in detail in the first annual report, the members of this working 
Sub -Commit tee are junior members of various departments in the Tulane 
and Li,S/lL Schools of Medicine. During the past year Dr. Rowena Spencer, 
L.S.IL Surgery, has continued in the capacity of chairman. Other members 
In this interval include Dr. Ryan, Tulane Surgery; Dr, Glass. t*S.U, 
Surgery; l>i\ Treutlfig, Tulane Medicine, Dr. Bobear, L.S.tT. Medicine: Dr. 
Cobb, L..S.U. Urology; Dr. Mule, L.S.tL Obstetrics and Gynecology: Dr. 
h. Tulane Obstetrics and Gynecology; Dr. Gagliano. L.S.LL Pediatrics; 
Dr, Woody, Tulane Pediatrics, and Dr. Tburman, Tulane Pediatrics, 

A revision of the rules and regulations for Internes and Residents 
regarding Medical Records was undertaken by Dr. J. Bobear and submitted 
to the Record's Committee for approval. The approved regulations were 
then forwarded through Dr. Burroughs to Miss Josephine Marino for Issuance 
oh Interne and Resident on July 1, 1961. In general, this revision more 
clearly and precisely defines the previous listed requirements suggested 
by the Joint Commission of Accreditation of Hospitals, 

The Committee is constantly faced with the problem of developing 
better methods of communication with the house staff. This extremely 
important aspect of the committee's function is necessary to prevent 
repetition of errors in completion of Medical Records by the Internes 
and Residents. After discussion of ideas among the committee members, 
the following course was decided upon: 

L A revision of the worksheet was undertaken. 

2, The full signature and identification of the individual performing 
critical review of the hospital record is now required. This action 
clarified a misconception by the bouse staff that clerks rather 
than M.D.'k were responsible for forthcoming criticisms nnd sugges- 
tions on their respective charts, 

S. A different approach for reviewing records was decided upon, On 

emate weeks a specific service will be reviewed in the presence 

fif the respective Chief Resident, Thus the problems which confront 

the record committee and the service involved can be discussed 

currently with chart review. It Is hoped that this method will 

vide more awareness and correction of the deficiencies which are 

necessary to meet standard requirements. 

In summary, it is the unanimous opinion of the members of the 

log Committee that charts have improved and continued reviews :ire 

ttal. Also, the committee recognizes the importance of support by 
Is of Departments for their continued success In this chore. 

A REPORT ON THE SECOND YEAR'S OPERATION OF 
THE ARTHRITIS UNIT IN CHARITY HOSPITAL 

On November 6, 19B1, the Arthritis Unit completed the second year 
of operation. This Unit, in the Lapeyre-Miltenberger Building, consists 
of a ward on the sixth floor which is subdivided into four small rooms, 
thus allowing for the proper separation of races and sexes A treatment room, 
toilet facilities and two sitting rooms are provided on this floor and are 



PITAL— lW-i&ei 

shared with the. Nutrition and Metabolism Unit. We now have eleven beds, 
which Is thi« maxim rim number the allow, and these are virtually 

always filled. On the fifth floor, the Unit has been allocated a 
physiotherapy room which has been equipped with a Hubbard Tank and 
other appropriate equipment by the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. 
Tbls spa- d both for the Intensive treatment of the in-patients and 

for sum*- Charity-Hoflpttal out-patients intending the Arthritis 

CHnle 

I. Th* Staff: 

The medical staff ha* undergone some changes during this second 
year of operation. Dr. Maurice R. Jeffrey, who contributed significant: 
tilt of the Unit, resigned in July to return to Ms r 
Eng la nd . Dr, CL 11 Berr, Training Fellow in Arthritis, sponsored by the 
nal Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic recalled to active 

th the Army In October, 19*1, The present staff consists of Dr. 
;um. Associate Professor of Medicine, Tulane University School of 
and Medical Director of the Louisiana Chapter of the Arthritis and 
Rheumatism Foundation: Dr. Joan M, Bremner, Visiting A 

■dlcine. Tulane University School of Medicine; and one or two Medical 
Residents from Tulane Service. These Residents are responsible for th- 
^.v care of the patients and for their records, 

The nursing staff consists of one registered nurse and five practical 
nurses, which Is the minimum number to ensure that a nurse is alwaj 
duty In the ward. Three nurses' aides are also employed to assist in the 
running of the ward, to transport patients to physiotherapy, or el 
to prepare patients for therapy and assist in its administration* 

Physiotherapy is given by one therapist to both in-patients and out- 
patient* After leaving the hospital, severely disabled patients may be given 
physiotherapy at home by the Home Care Therapist of the Arthritis and 
Rheumatism Foundation. This therapist conducts a most successful 
In hand therapy, for In -patients and out- patients, 

The salaries of all nursing and physiotherapy staff are provided by 
Louisiana Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. The ability 
of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation to support the Unit Is due 
entirely to the generous allocation by the United Fund for the Greater 
New Orleans Area. This contribution of money is approximately equaled in 
Giftl value by the provision of space, physical facilities, meals and 
many other services by Charity Hospital, without whose part i the 

Unit could not exist. 

If. Aims of the Unit; 

The prime and Immediate aim in the Unit is to provide facTli- 
•ie long term treatment and rehabilitation of sufferers from chronic 
arthritis. The general wards of Charity Hospital are continuously busy, 
and many patients are severely and acutely 111, It is thus inevitably 
difficult for patients with chronic arthritis to be retained in these w 
for prolonged periods. The provision of the Arthritis Ward T to which seJ> 
eases who appear to offer good prospects for rehabilitation may be adml 
for as long as neceasary and in which they may have treatment 
frequently as necessary, represents a major improvement in the 
available to arthritis sufferers In this community. The Unit offers 
for prolonged rest and, also, for intensive physiotherapy in the 
active stages of rehabilitation. 

The Unit fulfills a considerable teaching role. The Training Fellow and 
Medicine Residents receive first hand experience in the management oj 
phases of chronic arthritis; this experience includes the medical 
fundamentals of physiotherapy and rehabilitation, and the place of ortho- 



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pedic surgery in the management of rheumatic diseases. Other Residents 
and interns are encouraged to visit the Unit, and informal demonstration a 
tnd student nurses are arranged throughout the year. A weekly 
rence \vith Medical Social Workers emphasizes their Important func- 
in mobilizing available social resources to adapt the patient's environ- 
ment to hi* disability. It Is hoped that, by showing wbat cart be done 
m suitable cases, the Unit will help to raise the general standard of care 
of the arthritic patient, and will encourage and facilitate the development 
of research projects into problems of causation and treatment. 

Intensive and prolonged treatment Js essential for the adequate re- 
lation of the arthritic patient. Though initially expensive in time and 
man power, this treatment does, in face, represent a saving to the com- 
munity, as well as greatly reducing: human suffering. The National Health 
Education Committee. Inc. in its latest report states: "Less than 1.000 
hospital beds in the country are available for the study of the rheumatic 
diseases, Of these only about 150 are free beds specifically endowed for 
the use of the thousands upon thousands of indigent art hri tics. Another 

-e beds for the study of selected arthritis patients are available at the 
National Institutes of Health, U.S. Public Health Service, Bethesda, .Mary- 
land. Of the 1% of rheumatic patients who do get hospital care, whether in 
free beds or otherwise, very few are able to remain long enough to receive 
much benefit from their hospitalization/' It la being shown in other centers 

many arthritis sufferers can return to productive work and rem ft in in 
employment, if their disease is treated carefully for a prolonged period 
and their way of life is properly ordered from the early stages, "In spite of 

ast amount of crippling and deformity to which rheumatoid arthritis 

, the prognosis is by no means as unfavorable as Is generally supposed 
and with early and proper treatment* crippling con be prevented in 
the cases." 

lit. Patients Treated: 

Patients must, of course, be screened by the In -Take Depart 
of Charity Hospital, In order to utilize the facilities to best advantage, the 
Medical Director has the responsibility of deciding which patients from the 
many applicants shall be admitted. 

In the second year of operation, SO patients were admitted to the 
ward, nine of these for two admissions and one for three admissions. Of 
these patients, 57 came from the greater New Orleans area and the remain- 
ing 23 from other parts of the state. The "average stay was 6-17 weeks, 
with a range of from 2 to 22 weeks. The majority of those who stayed only 
tiro weeks were brought in for special investigative procedures. There 
no deaths among the patients admitted. There were two desertions 
ise of personnel problems that made them unable to tolerate hospital- 
ization. Fuur failed to return from passes because of family compli- 
cations or their own Intercurrent illness, and two were discharged against 
advice, one of these going out of state to a falsely represented 
"cure". Two other patients were transferred to the orthopedic service for 
surgery. The presence of the Arthritis Unit has probably increased interest 
in joint surgery In arthritics and this is of value In the training of 
orthopedic residents. 

IV. Diseases Treated: 

Among the patients admitted to the ward, rheumatoid arthri' 
been diagnosed in 46 of the 55 women (83%) and in 20 out of the 2& men 
(80%). 

1. What is the Prevalence and Cost of Arthritis and Rheumatism? What is 
Being Done for People With These Diseases?, National Health Education 
Committee, Inc., 135 East 42nd Street, New lurk 17, N.Y, 



1H CHABITY IU.SPITAL— 1980-1961 



: ibid. 

In the remaining 14 cures, the diagnoses were systemic lupus erythi 
scleroderma, ankylosing spondyliU philiac arthritis, an<i 

Syndrome* 

V. Aimi and Nature of Treatment: 

TraU designee! to provide prolonged and adequate rest in 

thfe «»* Joint Involvement, along with gentle physiotherapy to 

« range of motion in a Heel its and to strengthen uncles 

rtsodes and la patients with initially relal 
.gram of graduated physiol instituted, a 

nt lhi useful Joint function by increasing the ranj 

miiti ucthenlng muscles and Improving coordination. Apart from 

intercurrent Illness, patients attend the physloth 
nt daily, and in addition, receive a considerable amount of the 
the ward In the evenings and on weekends 
Treatment such as radiant heat and application of hot prone 

lying and sh in which the patient has received instruction. 

are readily performed on the ward under the supervision of the nurse In 
char: :rvt H have been supplied to most patients, and 

. y Insisted upon. 

Medical Social workers saw many of the patients and helped ; 
and their families In facing the pn f chronic disease. Occupational 

great help in coordinating hand functions with or- 
or recreational therapy. 

VI. Results: 

essment of the results of treating chronic disabling dls< , 
extremely difficult because of the impact of so many factors, oti 

Uke, on hiH ability to perform various fu. Lt | ent 

may be quite fit for a certain light job. If he owns an automobile- thH 
same patient may be totally unable to work if he has to walk five b! 
home and then use public transport. The grading of housewiv 
extremely difficult, for their work involves many tasks which can be 
in their own time, and the end results are difficult to asse> 
vernent shows Itself In increased speed and accuracy and 
: in the performance of many everyday tasks, but . 
ties depends on many factors such as the arrangement of the i 
ages of the children, husband's working hours and the number of n . 
available. 

In an attempt to provide assessment of progress, we are using a elj 
of Important commonplace activities of daily living. The chart con 
of M functions, results being given as 0. If the function is Impossible- ; 

q be done slowly and/or with considerable pain; and 2, if it is readilv 
nplimfaea Thus a patient able to do ail the functions easily will 
We realize the Inadequacies and complications of this test, but find 
parison of results Interesting. 

Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients 

lit Year Av, 2nd Year Av. 

Admission ......... ....... 64 g 2 

Discharge .„■..!!! S4 

3 Months after discharge 92 cm 

1 Year after discharge .... . . .\.\\ ,, 9L 

The figures for patients with other forms of rheumatic disease ace atmern 
the same, though the widely differing nature of some of the diseases n 
It desUuble to keep them separate. The improvement of rheumatoid paUeru- 
under treatment is gratifying and we are heartened by their n, t 



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their gains. This may be attributable partly to the disease being- brought 
under control during the hospitalisation and partly to continuing physio- 
therapeutic care, either as out-patients or tinder the Home Care Service 
of the Louis F-tna Chapter of the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. 

'While It is difficult to present quantitative results, for the reasons 
already stated, there is no difficulty in eliciting qualitative praise from 
the patients who have been fortunate enough to have been hospitalised, 
lmring this past year then -n nine patient* who could not walk at 

the time of admission; all are walking now. even though their gaits have 
not been perfected. Sincere expressions of gratitude have come from house- 
wives and their husbands after restoration to the point where they could 
manage their families and households. Rehabilitation of men is more diffi- 
cult. Many of our patients have been accustomed to earning their livings 
by brawn : with limited education it is difficult to fit a patient to a more 
sedentary job, even though d physical status would enable him to 

hold such a job* However, these men are more capable of taking care of 
their daily needs and consequently are less dependent on other members 
of their families and society. 

In addition to the benefits derived from improvement in physical 

capabilities, these patients have shown marked improvement In their 

J outlook. The time spent in the Unit allows the patient to learn 

more about his disease and acquaints him with a rehabilitation program 

tailored to his particular case. As a result, the patient is stimulated to 

nue working at home with a positive program toward regaining lost 

hout such a program of guidance, the patient often loses 

interest in rehabilitative measures and develops ail apathy toward his di. 

and life in general, 

VII, Conclusions: 

Through the excellent cooperation of Charity Hospital ami Tn 
University Medical School and through the generosity of the United Fund 
for the Great' U lean,-; Area to the Louisiana Chapter of the Arthritis 

and Rheumatism Foundation, the Arthritis Tnit has be«Q enabled to Complete 
a second year of successful operation. The Kntt has demrmst rated its use- 
in the treatment and early phases of rehabilitation of patients with 
chronic rheumatic diseases. The favorable results of treatment obtained 
during the first year of operation have been carried over, as" evidenced by 
continued improvement of most patients* The successful operation during 
the second year was due in large measure to the farsishted panning and 
demonstration of techniques by Dr. Maurice B, Jeffrey, who w&a responsible 
for e, ng the Unit on a firm basis, lie has an abiding interest in 

ihe welfare of the patients and staff > as evidenced by his frequent letters 
of inquiry, 



1« CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960 -136 L 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL 
PROGRAM OF CHARITY HOSPITAL 

SPONSORED BY THE COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN, 
GREATER NEW ORLEANS SECTION 

The Pediatric Recreational Program at Charity Hospital, a project 
originated and sponsercd by th< f the Council 

■men, is now in its fourteenth year. Council continues to pro- 
salary, supplementary funds as needed, act in an ad- 
y, provides leadership and encourages vokn rticlpatlon 

from their local Section, The Program Is deslgi For the social 

emotional, ethical and recreational needs of the hospitalized child. 

PHYSICAL SETTING: The physical setting remains the same, with a 
large, au bright Playroom well-equipped with toys, games and 

recreational material. (W 903 -Ninth Floor) 

FINANCIAL: The Hospital assumes the responsibility for toys, games and 
itionaJ equipment which is replaced and replenished from the budgetary 
allowance. The Hospital also provides labor for i maintenance, , 

service* office supplies, and the assistant director's salary. The Gi 

inn Section, Council of Jewish Women assumes full responsibility 
for the ti ilary as well as meeting emergency needs ; 

VOLUNTEERS: Volunteer participation is essential to the success of 
the Program. Our volunteer roster is a good cross-section of the commu 
and volunteers are referred from the following Charity Ho- 

Volunteer Office. Community Volunteer Service, National Council < 
Worn e a , Xe w Orleans S e e t i i i n . f ri end B of act! a n d f ri e n d > 

families of doctors and the hospital staff. 

Day Vottmte 

Night Volunteers 

Total Number of Volunteers . . . , . . . 151 

Total Volunteer hours served . ...... 4 4 

TRAINING: Volunteer training included orientation 

training in various phases of the work. En additto 

this, six arts and crafts classes were held for day volunteers. Tn connei 
with this instruction, professionals from the field of medicine and nm 
addressed the groups. DU lard and LSU Student Nurses received training 
experience in rial field while on Pediatric duty. 

ADVISORY AND POLICY COMMITTEE: The Advisory and lv 
ittee of the Pediatric Recreational Program Is comprised of the follow- 
ing people: 

Local Council of Jewish Women , , , Presl 

Local Council of Jewish Women . ., Vice-President in ch 

of Community Servj, 

Local Council of Jewish Women Chairman of Ped. Rec Program 

Local Council of Jewish Women Vice-chairman of Fed, Rec 

Local Council of Jewish Women Chairman es»officlo 

Charity Hospital Sister Superivsor L trics 

Charity Hospital Director-PecL Rec, Pin,, 

Charity Hospital ♦.♦.,. Asst. Director, Fed. KeC, Program 

This Committee meets frequently to discuss the on -going program, mg 
policies subject to the approval of the Hospital Administration, an 

as any problems or changes that will help to continue to foster a high 
quality operation. This committee is also responsible to interpret the program 



PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL PROGRAM 197 

to the community and the hospital, to assist in training volunteers, to deter- 
mine unfilled needs and to annually evaluate the Program. 

PROGRAM: The daily Playroom and Ward activities are from 9:30 A.M. 
to 11:30 AJtL and from 2:30 P.M. to 4; 30 P.M. Monday through Friday. 
On Monday and Wednesday evenings the activities are from 6:30 P.M. 
30 P.M. The Playroom activities include free play* music, games, 
arts, crafts and story -telling-. In addition to this, the Program has the 
responsibility for all parties, programs and recreational activities for the 
entire 9th floor. 

Ward recreation includes toy distribution, distribution of record- 
players, radios, television sets, movies, and bedside supervision of arts and 
crafts with particluar attention to individualized needs. In the summer 
vacation craft classes for teen-agers were resumed. 

PUBLICITY: Publicity for the year include radio, newspaper and TV 
coverage for Pediatric Recreational activities. This also Included radio 
spot announcements and interviews from the Hospital and Council levels, 
Visitors touring the hospital have expressed interest in the Program, and 
nave frequently contacted us requesting information and written material 
pertaining to our Recreational Program, 

DONATIONS: We have been very fortunate to have received numerous 
and generous gifts and contributions from interested friends and organi- 
sations. These gifts have been most helpful to the Program and enthus- 
iastically received by the children (See list attached). 

Respectfully submitted, 

's/ AMY HARRISON 

.) Amy Harrison, 
Director, 
Pediatric Recreation Program 



1M CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1960- 



LIST OF CONTRIBUTIONS MARCH 1960— MARCH 1961 

Miss Gertrud* Marlrara— Sunday Schools books 

Miss Joyce Humphries— Toys and books 

Mrs, Harold Ball — Pn 

Master Larry Toal— Funny books 

Dr. and Mr*. Richard Greene— Cash contributions 

Orleans Youth Commission— Comic books 
Mlra Elizabeth La pey re— Sunday School books, beads, toys and candv 

cigarettes 
Junior Women's Mission Society — Candy and cards 
sites Jean MelvJn — Toys 
Mart** l Mow v Hal — Funny bonks 

Good Hope Presbyterian Sunday School — Scrap books 
Misses Man y and Jo Xi-avitt — Comic books 

k — Doll and doll's dresses 
Dr. and Airs. F. M. Isaacson— Cash contributions 
Mrs. S. I -Cub Scout uniforms 

Oda Wmu.-n's Club — HiFi set 
Junior Christ Ambassadors— Haste r baskets 
Master Allan Godchaux— Toys, books and trinkets 
V Alan Dissinger— Toys, books and trinkets 
icy Biasing r— Toys, books and trinkets 
Mr Waits* I'uao.son- Toys, books and trlnfe 
Mr, Hilly licrgman — Toys, hooks and trink 
Btam A — Easter baskets 

Junior Red Cross, Col ton Jr. High School— Easter basket* 
cub Scouts, Den 10, Pack 100— Easter trav fa\ . 
Brownie Troops 725 & Ul— Efl k«t« 

Cub Scouts, Pack 11C. Den 1— Easter bask- 
WestWftgo Jr. High School -Room 5— Easter baskets 
Cub Scouts, Pack 22, Den 4— Easter baskets 
Straight Businens School— I faster baskets 
Brownie Troop his— Kleenex Bunny Bags 
Church of The Covenant, Circle #7— Toy bags 

Magnolia Home BomonstratXon Club— Stuffed toys and comic books 
St, Mary ,y .Sodality— Ribbon bows and hook ma 

Morgan .& Linds- #S8— Piaster eggs and candy 

Morgan & Llndsey, Carroll ton Ave,, Easter eggs and candy 
Legion Park School. Mrs, Ostheimer's Class— Easter tree 

Tgan & Lfndsey, Store #5&— Easter eggs and candv 
Morgan & Lindaey, Store #e4—Easter eggs and candy 
W, T. Grant ter baskets 

Morgan & IJndKoy, Store #77 — Easter eggs and candy 
Mr. Anthony Mase] 11— Easter candy 
QniversaJ Mercha; -Easier baskets and hats 

Girl Scout Troop #583— Easter tray favors 
Mrs, A. P. Dureau, Jr,— Easter tray favors 
Our Lady of Prompt Succor Junior Sodality— Easter baskets 
Mr. Ed, H. Litolff— -Birthday cake 

New Orleans Geological Auxiliary— Paper clowns and carou. 
Mr and Mrs, a. \v. Harrison— Cash contributloi 
Mr. and Mrs, Irving Carr — Cash contributions 
Mr, George Gower— Tic-Tac-Toe games 
Kiwanis Club of New Orleans— Jig- Saw puzzles 
Mr, Jimmy Hey man n— Record player and radio 
Janice's Bakery— Easter cakes 

Miss Linda Btalock & Miss Patty Mabeeb— cash contribution 
Lake Area Branch, NCJW— Rock garden planters 
Optlmars. Club— Slippers 

Delgado Trade School, Bakery School — Train cake 
Miss Laura Owens — Game and puzzles 



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Ur, Irwin Isaacson, Jr.,— Survey of play room for air conditioning 

Miss Helene Bernstein — Entertainment for children* refreshments and flowers 

Mr, "' Leon Heymann — Party in honor of their 54th Anniversary 

F. W. Woolworth, Co., Gentilly Blvd. store — Candy 

Saekett Studios — Photographs of Young Judean's Party 

Mr, Jimmy Heymann— Portable TV sets 

Thrift Shop-XCJW— Portable TV sets 

Lake Area Branch, XC.IW— 4 th of July favors and candy 

Mr. Leanriro Roseles — Tuned Play Room piano 

Dr, David Hoiman — Air conditioning- units for Play Room 

Twin Oaks |j;>> Camp — shorts 

Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority — Candy and cookies 

Metairie Ridge Presbyterian Church, Vacation Church School — Scrap books 

and candy 
Mrs, Ben Ant in — Toys and games 
Mr. A. D. Dcitch— Magic show for children 
Mr. J, B. Owin— Magic show for children 

Am vets Auxiliary, Greater N. Q. Post #4— Scrap book materials 
Mr, Gerald Katx — Toys and games 

Mrs, Douglas Williams — Cards and playing 1 cards and puzzles 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Mayer — Caah contributions 
Air-Line Lion's Club— Johnnie Ringo Rodeo Tour visit 
Mr* Don Durant — "Johnnie Bingo" 
Miss Diane Lassen — Story-book dolls 
Mrs. Annabelle McDonnell— Stuffed toys 
F. W. Wooltvorth Co., Canal St k — Halloween candy 

'. Wool worth Co, r Chef Menteur Highway — Halloween candy 

Denise Akers, Becky Elands, Janet Pittarl, Ann Wagner — Witch 

I .rations 

Cub Scouts, Pack 22 — Books and puzzles 
Miss Wanda Gagneaux — Toys 

ricia Club— Bed and toy bags 
Pioneer Rubber Co, — Large box of balloons 
Lake Area Branch, NCJW — Thanksgiving favors and deeoral 
James* J, Relss Co. — Suckers for the children 
Mrs. John Kulse — Dolls and squeeze toy 
U and C. Han Ion— Stuffed dog 
United China & Glass Co, — Cash contribution 
Wembley. Inc. — Ties 
Mr. J. H. Nichols- A & P Food Stores — Christmas candies 

Carol and Mr. Earl Cooper* — Assorted toys 
Standard Coffee Co., Inc. — Bubble gum and Hobby cards 
Future Homemakers of America, Crowley High School — Stuffed toys and 

scrap books 
Girl Scout Troop #215 — Pine cone trees, paint and figurines 
Cub Scout, Pack 323— Match box candles, comic books and puzzles 
Tulane University Recreation Center — Box of toys 

lloiia Oliver, Jacqueline Grooms & Mrs. Audrey Mercadel — Christ- 
u*ty 
Gent illy Women's Club — Party 

harles Ave, Presbyterian Church, Jr, Dent.— Gift balls and Christ inns 

Girl Scouts Mariner Ship 188 — Cakes and favors 
W i mien of Oak Park Presbyterian Church — Scrap book kits 
Musicians Mutual Protective Union, Locals 496 & 174 — Music for Christ- 
mas parties 
Mr. Herbert Kenny* Maison Blanche — Sent Mr. Pingrle and Golden books 
Y -Teens of CoUon Jr. High School — Christmas gifts for teen-agers 

I I am le Berffe y — Doll 

Mr. Harold Hermann— TV set 

-htuan Class, St, Joseph High School — Soap and washcloth animals 
Castle Manor Improvement Association — Cash contribution 
Mrs, Rodney Battistetla — Secured the bands for Christmas parties 



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Mr. II, nry Bu pre-— Christmas Party and Clinic Distribution 
'>nal Import and Export Trade Club — Cash donation 
Dr. By man Tolmag— Doll house and furniture 
Mr. Dan na.vitt— Our regular B a us 

Mr. and Mrs. Baymond Albert— Stuffed dogs 
Werlelns-Mr (iordon Pfund — Organ* 

p & r « insurance Co.— Flowers for the Play Room 

.Mr. Jimmy H ey ma nn— Radio and pair of shoes 

Mr. Raymond Albut— Toys 

j«>r League of New Orleans— Puppet therapy group 
King of Krewe of Carroll ton— Gifts and party for 9 th floor at Mardi Gras time 
Krewe of Carroll ton— Parade, float, dulls and trmk« 
Mayor Morrison— Erecting Reviewing Stand In front of hospital 
Mr. Ron It tags — Sandwiches for Carrollton party 
Mr Willlan Decker— Fancy cakes for Carrollton party 
Charles Caroil Council #2926, Knigrhts of Columbus— Refreshments & help 

for Carrollton party 
Mrs. Be u lab Ladner— Donation of cakes for Carrollton party 
St Mary*** Italian School — Peppermint stick candy fla#s 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kunstler — Cash contributions 
Primary Dept,, Expressway Baptist Church—Valentines 
Brownie Troops #895 & a&6 — Valentine lolly pop tray favors 
Primary Class, Jefferson Christian Church— Valentines 
Mr. Frey-Esao Servicenter — Cash contribution 
Mia. Alma Macke — Toys and games 
Gentilly Woods Woman's Club — Scrap book kits 
Evangelist Louise Smith — Cake 

Alpha Epwilon Phl t Alumnae — Valentine Party for children 
Mrs. Frances Finnic— Our Easter Bunny each year 



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ANNUAL REPORT 

PHARMACY DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1960— June 30, 1961 

Special Prescriptions Filled I36,08S 

Stock Prescription* Filled 71,170 

Narcotic Pre script ion a Filled . . 12,585 

Total Prescriptions Filled , . 210.S43 

Gallons Manufactured (Tinctures, Syrups, Solutions, 
Elixirs, Liniments, L-otions, 
Mixtures, Laboratory Stains, 

etc.) . . 62,247 Gallons 

Ointments Manufactured . . 2,097 Pounds 

Tablets -Manufactured ...... . ......>, 1,923,000 Tablets 

Sterile Solutions Manufactured (Saline. Dextrose, 

NaK, eta) 1000 cc . ... 150,507 Bottles 
Sterile Solutions Manufactured (Saline, Dextrose-, 

NaK, etc.) 600 cc .... 4,257 Bottles 

Small Slae Sterile Solutions Manufactured 

(Procaine, Saline, 

etc.) .J, ..,„. , 104,466 Bottles 

Vials Manufactured (Vitamins, Potassium 
Chloride, Peno barbital, 
etc.) . . 19,001 Vials 

Serums and Antitoxins Purchased 

Antivenin. Morth American Anti-Snake Bite Serum , . ♦ 

ISudin lec (10 Tests) ... 

Diphtheria Antitoxin i 0,000 Units 

beria Antitoxin 20,000 Units 

Diphtheria Toxin for Schick Test — 10 Doses 

Frei Antigen , 

d Vaccine Respiratory Infections 20cc . , 

Poliomyelitis Vaccine 9cc . ......... 

ine Serum Globulin lOcc . .. . 

Immune Serum Globulin 2cc ........................ 

sus Antitoxin 1,500 Units 

Tetanus Antitoxin 10,000 Units 

Tetanus Antitoxin 20,000 Units — 

Tetanus Gas Gangrene Antitoxin , 

old Fluid— 5 Dose 

Typhoid Para- Typhoid Vaccine — Non- Specific 

Therapy 

Typhoid Para -Typhoid Vaccine I5cc 

Insulins Purchased 

Insulin, Regular U-40 

Insulin, Regular U-SO . . 

Insulin, Globin U-S0 

Inrtulin, Lente U-40 

Insulin, I -^0 .-.v. 

XPU U-40 .«*«* 

Insulin, NPH U-80 

Insulin, Protamine Zinc U-40 .. ..... 

Insulin, Protamine Zinc U~S0 



36 


Vials 


f,-,v 


Vials 


200 


Vials 


300 


Vials 


10 


Vials 


72 


Vials 


26 


Vials 


110 


Vials 


180 


Vials 


90 


Vials 


2,000 


Vials 


300 


Vials 


100 


Vials 


soo 


Vials 


1,432 


Vials 


3G 


Vials 


10 


^ T i: J l^ 


1,000 


Vials 


300 


Vials 


12 


Vials 


80 


Vials 


260 


Vials 


2,950 


Vials 


2,750 


Vials 


300 


Vials 


500 


Vials 



202 



CHARITY HOSPITAL^206O-190t 



Sulfa Drags Purchased 

Sodium Sulfadiazine Ampules r , 

Sulfadiazine Ophthalmic Ointment 1/8 oz. . . 24 Tub 

Sulfadiazine Tablets 0.5 Gm 12,000 Tablets 

Sulfathaildlne Tablets 0,5 Gm, 20,000 Tabb 

Sulf isoxazole Tablets 0.5 Gm, , 250,000 Tabu 

Sulffsoxazole Syrup . , „ . . . . Pints 

Antibiotics Purch; 

rosporln Sterile Powder ....... .... 1,330 Vials 

r os p o r l n otic lOcc . . . .. , . , , 4fi Vials 

Aureon su\en 250 mg Capsules 

Aureomycin Ointment »»...........*. 48 Tubes 

Ati -h:iimic Ointment 1/8 oz 144 Tubes 

Bacitracin Ophthalmic Ointment 1/8 oz. , , . ♦ 36 Tubes 

Bn< Parenteral 50,000 Units* , 70 Vials 

Chloromycetin Capsules 260 mg. , , 2**7,300 Capsules 

Chloromycetin Capsules 50 mg. i,200 Capsules 

Chloromycetin P&lmltats 2 oz 6,288 Bottles 

Chloromycetin Intramuscular 1 Gram . . 12,150 V: 

Chloromycetin Ophthalmic Solution . . , , 2 Bottles 

Chloromycetin Otic , Routes 

Chloromycetin Succinate 1 Gram . . . 30,000 Vials 

1 Erythromycin Tablets 250 mg , , , 58,600 Tabli 

erythromycin Pediatric Suspension , , . 3,200 Bol 

Erythromycin Intra venaus 2&0 nig. . . , 550 Vials 

Erythromycin Intravenous 500 mg, ....,, 1,900 Viats 

Erythromycin Intramuscular 10 cc . . . . , 950 Vials 

Kanamycln Sulfate Intramuscular 1 Gram .,. 1,700 Vials 

Neomycin Intramuscular 0.5 Gm 900 Vials 

Neomycin Topical Powder 10 Gms mm 700 Vials 

Neomycin Tablets 0,5 Gm ttt1 15,000 Tablets 

Novobiocin Capsules 250 mg-, , .... il capsules 

Novobiocin Intravenous 500 nig, , 74 Vials 

Penicillin "G" Crystalline — 5 Million Units 21,000 Vials 

Penicillin Procaine Aqueous 300,000 Units . , , ... 58,000 Vials 

Penicillin Tablets 200,000 Units 70,000 Tablets 

Penicillin & Dlhydrostreptomyein Combined 5 Dose . , . 5,000 Vials 

Sodium Dlmethoxy phenyl Penicillin 1 Qa .......,♦. 5,400 Vials 

Streptomycin 5 Gms 1 X.000 Vials 

Streptomycin l Gm. . ... . ..*...... 1,000 Viats 

Terramycin Capsules 250 mg, 63,200 Capsules 

Terramycin Suspension 1 oz, ,,. ,..,,. 774 Bottles. 

Terramycin Intramuscular 100 mg, , . , . . . s,300 Vials 

Terramycin Intravenous 500 mg, , , , , , . , \ 1,450 Vials 

Terramycin Intravenous 250 mg . . . . 300 Viale 

Tetracycline Capsules 250 mg, 83,000 Capsules 

Tetracycline Intravenous 500 mg. 2,000 V ials 

Tetracycline Intramuscular 100 mg. . ,. # , , . . 7J0O Vials 

Tetracycline Ointment %% 1 oz. ..... .........,,,. 72 Tubes 

Tetracycline Ophthalmic Ointment 1/S 02, , 144 Tubes 

Tetracycline Pediatric Drops lOcc 72 Bottles 

Tetracycline Syrup # 3,474 Bottles 

Vlomyctn 1 Gm. j p0 i-o Vials 

Blood Plasma, Volume Expanders, Fibrinogen Purchased 

next ran 6% in Normal Saline 500cc . .. 1,2SS Bottu * 

Fibrinogen 1 Gm m Bottles 

Plasma, Antihemophilic 100 cc , . B0 Bottles 

Plasma, Antihemophilic 50 cc 96 Bottles 

Plasmanate 250 cc _ , s Bm I 



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Cortisone, Prednisone, and A C T H Purchased 

Cortisone Tablets 25 mg. 1 R.MO Tablets 

Hydrocortisone Intravenous 100 mg, 6,825 % f !ata 

Hydrocortisone Ophthalmic Suspension . . * .. . * . . . 2SS Bottles* 

Hydrocortisone Suspension Intra -articular 25 mg. 

a cc - ■ ■ ■ - 200 Vials 

Hydrocortisone Tablets 20 mg . ,.-, 4.000 Tablets 

Hydrocortisone Free Alcohol Micron! zed 500 Grams 

T H Gel 40 Units 5 cc 529 Vials 

I I 25 Units - 800 Vials 

Prednisolone Acetate Suspension 10 cc 72 Vials 

Prednisolone Tablets G mg. . . , 2,000 Tablets 

h-ednisone Tablets S m#. ..,,,. , ♦ ■ . 160,000 Tablets 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ SYLVIA CHIN-BING 

Sylvia Chin-Bing, 
Pharmacist. 



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